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    Favourite English/British Food and Drink?

    As I tuck into my fish and chips I am thinking about what other English food I like. I am shocked at how little I can think of. So Skadi-forumsposters, what are your favourite English and/or British foods?

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    Cornish pasties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    Cornish pasties
    And, through the memory fog of curries, chillis, lasagna and pizza, I remember the church of the overweight man. How could I forget it? The almighty ever expanding chain bakery Greggs. Sausage and bean melts, steak bakes and, of course, the great British foodstuff known as sausage rolls.

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    There are so many, but I really like flapjacks. They're so easy to make, too.

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    I'd say that my favorite English meal is something that I happened across by accident, the 'Full English Breakfast':



    In the part of the US that I'm from no one thinks of fried tomatoes & baked beans as breakfast food - it's considered weird to eat them in the morning. Anyways, one of my cousins & I always wanted to eat them at breakfast (and everyone thought it was weird that we didn't like pancakes - but that much syrup just makes your teeth feel weird in the morning) and eventually my mother tried it and agreed that it's a good combination. Years later I learned that this is considered a normal part of the full English breakfast.

    I've also tried:

    - Cornish Pasties (decent)
    - Fish & Chips (good, but often too greasy)
    - Shepherds Pie (not really a fan of it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Yaxley View Post
    I'd say that my favorite English meal is something that I happened across by accident, the 'Full English Breakfast':

    More often than not a fried English breakfast is something that you would buy in a café mid day. I would not be able to stomach that in the morning. Indeed I only need 1 meal a day-during the evening.


    In the part of the US that I'm from no one thinks of fried tomatoes & baked beans as breakfast food - it's considered weird to eat them in the morning. Anyways, one of my cousins & I always wanted to eat them at breakfast (and everyone thought it was weird that we didn't like pancakes - but that much syrup just makes your teeth feel weird in the morning) and eventually my mother tried it and agreed that it's a good combination. Years later I learned that this is considered a normal part of the full English breakfast.

    I've also tried:

    - Cornish Pasties (decent)
    - Fish & Chips (good, but often too greasy)
    - Shepherds Pie (not really a fan of it)

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