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Serve with a slice of granary toast and grilled tomatoes. The Sun (2016)Use this mix to eat with a slice of granary toast. The Sun (2014)Serve with a slice of granary toast and a grilled tomato. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Porridge or two poached eggs on granary toast are both good examples of really filling choices. The Sun (2010)Two boiled eggs served with a slice of granary or wholemeal toast and a small glass of orange juice. The Sun (2013)Try poached eggs on granary toast. The Sun (2008)Serve the tomato, mushrooms and eggs with a slice of wholemeal or granary toast. The Sun (2014)Two poached eggs served with a grilled tomato, some grilled mushrooms and a slice of granary or wholemeal toast. The Sun (2013)A small bowl of muesli or porridge is ideal, as is poached eggs on rye or granary toast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Breakfast: Two poached eggs on one slice of granary toast with grilled mushrooms. The Sun (2010)It's a former granary and is attached to the listed 16th-century house next door. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Breakfast: Two poached eggs on a slice of granary toast and a little butter with a glass of orange juice. The Sun (2012)The granary toast that came with my Dorset crab was piping hot: how many other brigades of waiters manage hot toast? Times, Sunday Times (2009)BREAKFAST: Two poached eggs with grilled tomatoes and a slice of granary toast. The Sun (2013)
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