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Since the early modern era, food of England has historically been characterised    by its simplicity of approach, honesty ...
+     Modern English cuisine is difficult to differentiate from British      cuisine as a whole. However, there are some f...
 Black pudding is added in some regions… AMAZINGLY, black pudding doesn`t have the traditional sense we`re      accustomed...
Tea  beer  are typical and rather iconic drinks in E ngland,         and particularly the former.  ider   produced in the ...
Roast beef is a food traditionally associated withthe English; the link was made  famous by Henry Fieldings        patriot...
England produces hundreds of regional cheeses, including:Cheddar cheeseStilton cheeseWensleydale cheeseLancashire cheeseDo...
More dishes invented in or distinctive to England include:Muffins, known as English muffins in North America, are a form o...
• Clotted cream from Devon and Cornwall            • Yorkshire pudding            • Sausage and mash                • Eccl...
 Apple pie (famous !) Banoffee pie Chicken tikka masala
This was all about English C uisine…
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English cuisine

  1. 1. Since the early modern era, food of England has historically been characterised by its simplicity of approach, honesty of flavour, and a reliance on the high quality of natural produce. This has resulted in atraditional cuisine which tended to veer from strong flavours, such as garlic, and an avoidance of complex sauces. Traditional meals have ancient origins, such as bread and cheese, roasted and stewed meats, meat and game pies, and freshwater and saltwater fish.
  2. 2. + Modern English cuisine is difficult to differentiate from British cuisine as a whole. However, there are some forms of cuisineconsidered distinctively English. The full English breakfast is a variant of the traditional British fried breakfast. The normal ingredients of a traditional full English breakfast are bacon, eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or toast, and sausages, usually served with a mug of tea. 
  3. 3.  Black pudding is added in some regions… AMAZINGLY, black pudding doesn`t have the traditional sense we`re accustomed to. In fact….black pudding, blood pudding or bloodsausage is a type of sausage made by cooking blood or dried blood with a filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. In the UK, black pudding is considered a delicacy !…as well as fried leftover mashed potatoes called Potato cakes.
  4. 4. Tea  beer  are typical and rather iconic drinks in E ngland, and particularly the former.  ider   produced in the  C is West C ountry and, more recently,  ast A nglia, and the south of E ngland has seen the E reintroduction of vineyards producing high quality white  wine  a on comparatively small scale.
  5. 5. Roast beef is a food traditionally associated withthe English; the link was made famous by Henry Fieldings patriotic ballad"The Roast Beef of Old England", and William Hogarths painting of thesame name. Indeed, since the1700s the phrase "les rosbifs" has been a popular French nickname for the English.
  6. 6. England produces hundreds of regional cheeses, including:Cheddar cheeseStilton cheeseWensleydale cheeseLancashire cheeseDorset Blue Vinney cheeseCheshire cheeseDouble Gloucester cheeseRed LeicesterBlue cheese
  7. 7. More dishes invented in or distinctive to England include:Muffins, known as English muffins in North America, are a form ofrounded, yeast-leavened breadLancashire hotpotMushy peasWorcester sauce
  8. 8. • Clotted cream from Devon and Cornwall • Yorkshire pudding • Sausage and mash • Eccles cake • Cumberland sausage
  9. 9.  Apple pie (famous !) Banoffee pie Chicken tikka masala
  10. 10. This was all about English C uisine…

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