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The fish, usually cod, haddock or plaice, is dipped in batter and deep-fried; the chips are cut thicker than French fries (more like American ‘home fries’) and deep fried twice: once to cook the potato; second to crisp up the outside.
Eat sprinkled liberally with salt and malt vinegar, and as an accompaniment perhaps a pickled egg or onion, a giant pickled cucumber called a ‘wally’ or some curry sauce.
The next day, people fry up the leftover vegetables to make ‘bubble and squeak’ and eat it with slices of the cold meat.
Fish ‘n’ chips Brits have been eating fish and chips since the 19th century.
Bread and butter pudding is made from sliced bread interlaced with dried fruit and baked in custard.
Spotted dick is a steamed suet pudding with dried fruit and served with custard.
The Sunday roast – and all the trimmings Once, most families in the UK would sit down together for a big roast lunch every Sunday.
This doesn’t happen so much now but the Sunday (or any other day of the week) roast is still a very popular meal.
Cheese The two most famous British cheeses are Cheddar and Stilton.
Trifle is a cold pudding made from layers of sherry-soaked sponge cake, fruit, custard and cream.
Summer pudding is sliced bread layered with fruits, berries and fruit juice, and eaten with cream. …and pies There are so many different pies from around the UK: cottage pie (minced beef with a mashed potato topping), shepherd’s pie (using lamb instead of beef), steak and kidney pie made with a suet-based (beef or mutton fat) pastry case, pork pie (famously made in Melton Mowbray) which is eaten cold, and the Cornish pasty - meat, potato and vegetables wrapped up in a semi-circular pastry case which is a meal in itself.
It’s simple to prepare and cheap to make, but cooked long and slow so that the meat is succulent and tender, it tastes delicious.
It’s often eaten with pickled red cabbage or beetroot.