Food is good in English. Truly

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It must be said that English food is not considered a major world kitchens. I lived outside the UK for a short time and have spent countless hours defending the English food.

"The English eat potatoes at every meal. This from a Japanese person who bothered me that he not only inaccurate, but came from a person who eats rice at every meal. Really. In Japanese, the word translated breakfast" morning rice , lunch is the "rice for lunch and dinner for the word, you can probably guess. This is what I hasten to add is not an insult about Japan or Japanese kitchen, I love both, but is an example
What the average person in English should do to defend their food.

I met loads of foreigners to fish and chips "of the year show up, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding and nothing else is right. Until recently, not really decent food in restaurants, so that the average foreign visitor in Britain would hard to get "really" something in English. All this being said, fish and chips bought at the right chippy are a treat and roast beef, Yorkshire pudding and all that stuff is great product for the right pair of hands .This is one of the problems of English food. In many countries food is not only a special event at an odd normal daily activity in all the countries I've lived:. Spain, Japan, Vietnam and Singapore, out to eat nothing special. This fact means that foreign visitors have direct access to local courts. Times have changed here, but eating out used to be reserved for very rare cases and you certainly would not have taken the children.

So what should you eat there? Britain is surprising regional. This is reflected in our cheese, which can not be as famous as French, but are great. I'm originally from Lancashire and it is hard to beat this crumbly cheese. Available in supermarkets, but also the fantastic cheese on Orchard Street, Preston. They have a huge variety for every taste. Try it. In Cornwall, where I live now, they yarg Cornish, a subtle cheese wrapped in nettle leaves. All over the place, you will find different types of cheese. Even the humble cheddar is fantastic.

Regionality is also evident in a number of our trademark dishes. Again you can find Lancashire hotpot Lancashire. A delicious blend of simple oyster potatoes, lamb, onions and traditional. Cornwall Cornish Pasty meat, onion, cauliflower and turnip, wrapped in dough. Note - she supposed to be root or the ingredients mushed up. The best of them, are obviously homemade , but there are a lot of good cake to make Cornwall the scene. Warren bakeries can be found anywhere in Cornwall and parts of South-West and they make a fine paste. They have a website if you want to try a cake (UK only), but they also make wonderful pies, they will ship anywhere in the world. There are also plenty of traditional sausages. Forget the supermarket, the local butcher and see what you can find. They are generally a fantastic variety of sausages. Cowman Butchers in Clitheroe, Lancashire is worth a visit if you all get up, but overall the traditional butcher will do the job of cracking.

Desserts or puddings are great here. We are well on milk to cream is a must, especially the West Country. Cornish clotted cream is hard to beat as the people of Devon will try to convince otherwise. Trifle, bread pudding and butter pudding, summer, steamed pudding, spotted dick, treacle tart are worth tasting. Makes me hungry just thinking about it.

I have cakes. We like the pies in Britain and now you almost can find everything in one cake. traditional steak and kidney pies with a goodie like ale as an ingredient. My favorite, found in Lancashire. called a butter cake. It is essentially a pie with potatoes, sprinkled generously with butter. There are no calories in comparison.

Breakfast is a meal with the exception of Great Britain. Try to bake. I love him with black pudding (another novelty Lancashire) or pork pudding (a sausage Cornwall or Devon White as the side of the Tamar you live on). Fritters, tomatoes, mushrooms, bacon, eggs, sausages - fantastic. A good English breakfast includes ham and certainly not any salad - a stranger that I found on "English Breakfast" style abroad over the years.
Of course the best place to find English food in a house that a mother of a certain age or older than 60 has. They will cook you some of the best English food as possible from the fruit can be soaked up fear. That said, loads of pubs now offer pretty good stuff should not be afraid of a cake, a farmer, a chicken tikka masala (yes, invented in the United Kingdom), a pie, stew, sausages to try something that implies, and one of the pudding.

English food will certainly go a long way to go, even half the reputation of some of the great kitchens: French, Chinese, Italian, among others, but overall there are plenty of good food here that you are bound to love .

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