The British One Hundred

I’ve been back in work for just over a week now and I’m exhausted, so food has been just good old tried and tested recipes, and not really blogable. The above photo was taken on our honeymoon last year on the Isle of Harris when we were chilling out with a scarily big jug of Pimms. Remember the days where you could sit outside in the hot sunshine in the UK for most of the summer and not have to dodge torrential rain…

To make up for the slight blogging drought and the fact British Food Fortnight is just around the corner, here is The British One Hundred as put together by Helen at Food Stories. Along the same idea as the Omnivore’s Hundred, but I can tick a great deal more off the list! Items in bold I have eaten, items I’ve crossed out I wouldn’t consider eating…or you would have to pay me a great deal of money.

1. Grey squirrel
2. Steak and kidney pie
3. Bubble and squeak
4. Spotted dick
5. Hot cross buns
6. Laver bread
7. Toad in the hole
8. Shepherds pie AND cottage pie
9. Scotch egg
10. Parkin
11. Welsh rarebit
12. Jellied eels
13. Stilton
14. Marmite (I hate it, evil, evil stuff…)
15. Ploughman’s lunch
16. Cucumber sandwiches
17. Coronation chicken
18. Gloucester old spot (I’ve eaten it many times and even from Jimmy’s Farm)
19. Cornish pasty (Oh how I love Cornish pasties!)
20. Samphire
21. Mince pies
22. Winkles
23. Salad cream (not a big fan though)
24. Malt loaf (essential camping cake)
25. Haggis
26. Beans on toast even better with cheese sprinkled on top.
27. Cornish clotted cream tea I also like it the Devonshire way ;)
28. Pickled egg
29. Pork scratchings
30. Pork pie (I have to pick the jelly out though)
31. Black pudding
32. Patum Peperium or Gentleman’s relish
33. Earl grey tea
34. Elvers (I saw Gordon Ramsay cook these on the F Word and it totally freaked me out)
35. HP Sauce
36. Potted shrimps
37. Stinking bishop
38. Elderflower cordial
39. Pea and ham soup
40. Aberdeen Angus Beef
41. Lemon posset this was the first pudding Hubby ever made me
42. Guinness
43. Cumberland sausage
44. Native oysters
45. A ‘full English’
46. Cockles
47. Faggots
48. Eccles cake
49. Potted Cromer crab
50. Trifle
51. Stargazy pie
52. English mustard
53. Christmas pudding the best pudding in the world.
54. Cullen skink
55. Liver and bacon with onions
56. Wood pigeon
57. Branston pickle
58. Oxtail soup
59. Piccalilli
60. Sorrel
62. Chicken tikka masala
63. Deep fried Mars Bar (wrong, so wrong)
64. Fish, chips and mushy peas
65. Pie and mash with liquor (I’ve eaten pie & mash, but not with liquor)
66. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding (with gravy)
67. Pickled onions
68. Cock-a-leekie soup
69. Rabbit and Hare
70. Bread sauceI’m not a big fan of if though
71. Cauliflower cheese
72. Crumpets
73. Rice pudding
74. Bread and butter pudding
75. Bakewell tart
76. Kendall mint cakeand essential for hill walkers!
77. Summer pudding
78. Lancashire hot pot
79. Beef Wellington
80. Eton mess
81. Neeps and tatties
82. Pimms The best summer drink, see photo above!
83. Scampi
84. Mint sauce
85. English strawberries and cream
86. Isle of Wight garlic
87. Mutton
88. Deep fried whitebait with tartare sauce
89. Angels on horseback
90. Omelette Arnold Bennett
91. Devilled kidneys
92. Partridge and pheasant
93. Stew and dumplings
94. Arbroath smokies
95. Oyster loaves (sounds interesting though!)
96. Sloe gin I’m going to try and make my own this year
97. Damson jam
98. Soda bread
99. Quince jelly
100. Afternoon tea at the Ritz (Not at the Ritz, but I have at Bettys)

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