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england, scotland, wales, ireland
british food is?
hearty and filling
englands 2 influences?
what did the anglosaxons influence? normans?
how to fish
irish cattle (heffer)
england agricultural products?
wheat, oats, barley, potatoes
fish n chips is from?
bubble and squeak?
cold, cood beef and potatoes mixed with brussel sprouts
toad in the hole
sausage and biscuits
ground meat and leftover veggies topped with mashed potatoes
cornish pastries filled with meat and veggies, shaped like a half moon
a popover baked in the hot pan drippings from a roast beef
carrots, spinach, parsnips, peas, potatoes, onions, beans
steak and kidney pie
use a pudding basin, throw everything in one container, then boil it with a lid- mushy and moist
aka pudding cake
pound cake, fruit, layers and layers
a pudding of pureed grapes with whipped cream
eat a huge breakfast
eggs, bacon, tea
meat or cheese sandwhich and tea
*sunday lunch is the main meal
a light meal
simple and wholesome
staple crop of scotland?
cock a leekie soup
made of chicken and leaks
fish served with gravy and potatoes
fish filleted open
where is haggis from?
plain and economical
sheep, veal, pork, seafood
mashed potatoes with buttermilk
irelands main staple?
an irish dish of mashed leaks mixed with chopped, cabbage and mashed potatoes
main dish of ireland?
corned beef and cabbage
leftovers,kinda like a beef stew
on all hallows eve, someone puts a wedding ring inside and the received will marry before the new year ends
irish baked goods?
irish whiskey cake
porridge, eggs, bread, butter and tea
served in the middle of the day; main meal