Thursday, November 06, 2008

English Cuisine

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English food is of course, terrible. Nor would the true English man have it any other way.

Traditional English dishes are largely based on offal and blood cooked in grease. In the latter half of the twentieth century, though, England began to absorb culinary elements from other cultures, including microwave curry meals, donna kebabs and Mcdonalds.

Traditional English dishes:

Blood pudding
Pork Pie
Eels heads in Jelly
Pigs faces served in a pastry roll
pickled onion monster munch
A toad in a roll
chips

Source: Uncyclopedia

2 Comments:

At 3:12 AM, Blogger Pearl C. Pritchard said...

I think Gordon Ramsey and Nigella Lawson -- oh and Delia Smith are trying to turn things around over here. Never heard of pickled onion monster munch... might that be Branston Pickle?

 
At 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to say that Southern English men don't eat any of that.

More likely the following:
- Chicken Tikka Masla (England's favorite dish - yep, its Indian)
- Ploughman's lunch: cheddar cheese, bread and pickle
- Scampi and chips
- Steak Pie, Potatoes and peas
- Roast lamb, roast vegetables and brussel sprouts.

Let's have some balance reporting here! :-)

 

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