Uk's least popular British foods

squashjoe

Striker
I've never tried them. So really shouldn't be on the list. Been in the old pie n mash shops in East end of London but always said no thanks. I should try them.
There are 2 types Jellied and stewed. Hot and cold really. Both good, prefer Jellied the cold version.
 
Not all Scotch eggs are created equal. Some of them are lifting.

I'm a fan of the hot, runny yoke, £6 for one in a gastropub type. Whereas my da' is more of a 12-pack cold from the Morrison's fridge type.
You could post this every time you post on here. It sums up your opinion on everything in the world.
It's your whole smb posting career in less than 50 words.
 

Dave Herbal

Striker
Not all Scotch eggs are created equal. Some of them are lifting.

I'm a fan of the hot, runny yoke, £6 for one in a gastropub type. Whereas my da' is more of a 12-pack cold from the Morrison's fridge type.
Crack them open and squirt salad cream or primula cheese inside
 

mysticmackem

Midfield
Liver, black pudding and scotch eggs are some of my all time favourite foods.

Not sure if that's a good or bad thing :confused:
I live on pork pies, and our local butcher does black pudding scoth eggs which are a top seller. You have to be there before lunchtime in the day or they are sold out. So this doesn't apply to our little bit of the world, and kippers man ! food of the gods
 
Also, why does the list have constituents of certain meals on there? Yorkshire pudding shouldn't be on the list, nor should cauliflower cheese. Taking up room.
 

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