The cooked breakfast delivery service coming to Barking and Dagenham

Hannah McDuffas delivering a cooked breakfasts to reporter Mark Shales.

Hannah McDuffas delivering a cooked breakfasts to reporter Mark Shales. - Credit: Archant

A former Chadwell Heath teacher has swapped the classroom for the kitchen and started up a cooked breakfast delivery business.

Hannah McDuffas delivers the goods at HQ.

Hannah McDuffas delivers the goods at HQ. - Credit: Archant

Hannah McDuffus, 33, launched Bed N Breakfasttt, on Valentine’s Day, making everything from cheesy beans to black pudding to order.

Cooking up the meals in her home in Shooter’s Hill, Greenwich, the mother-of-one hopes to expand her range to include Barking and Dagenham by the summer.

Sticking firmly with the notion of Great British nosh, Hannah, who used to teach media drama, also hopes to deliver roast dinners across the capital.

“We’re a very British institution,” she told the Post.

Reporter Mark Shales, tucking in

Reporter Mark Shales, tucking in - Credit: Archant


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“Believe it or not, we don’t just get orders from hungover people.

“We’ve delivered to hospital workers and people that don’t have a kitchen – if they’re having some work done or something.

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“Hopefully we’ll soon branch out and cover the whole of London and then after that I want to launch in other cities in the north.

“Nobody is doing what we’re doing, it seems to be a real gap in the market.”

Hannah, who briefly lived in St Chad’s Road and taught at Mayfield School, spent some time in Taiwan and was inspired by the takeaway culture of the east Asian island.

Even though she spends her days cooking breakfasts for the rest of the capital, the sight of rasher after rasher has not affected her love of a fry-up.

“Everything you could possibly want in Taiwan would be delivered straight to you,” she explained. “I knew we had to start up something like that back here in England.

“I’m really enjoying it so far and experimenting as well – I’m finding loads of new ways to make omelettes.

“I’ve been eating and loving cooked breakfasts for years, so it’s not something I think I’ll ever go off.”

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