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BRITISH CUISINE
AFTERNOON TEA
ALBERT SAUCE
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
ANGLO-INDIAN CUISINE
APPLE PIE
BACON
BACON BUTTY
BAKED BEANS
BAKEWELL TART
BANGERS AND MASH
BANOFFEE PIE
BATTER
BEEF
BEER
BISCUITS
BISTO
BLACK PUDDING
BLOOD SAUSAGE
BLT SANDWICH
BOLOGNESE SAUCE
BOVRIL
BRANDY BUTTER
BRANSTON PICKLE
BREAD AND BUTTER PUDDING
BREAD PUDDING
BREAKFAST
BROOKE BOND
BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
BUTTERFLY CAKE
CHARLIE MUFFIN
CHEESES
CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA
CHICKEN TIKKA
CHIP BUTTY
CHRISTMAS PUDDING
CORNED BEEF PIE
CORNISH PASTY
CORONATION CHICKEN
CREAM TEA
CRUMBLE
CRUMPET
CURRIES
CURRY
CUSTARD
DADDIES
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British Cuisine

  1. British cuisine is a mixing of the practical with the nutritious.
  2. British cuisine is a blending act the practical with the nutritious.
  3. British cuisine is a blending of the practical with the nutritious.
  4. British cuisine is a blending of the practical with the. (Web site)

Afternoon Tea

  1. Afternoon tea is the english meal-time institution, a social as well as a culinary event.
  2. Afternoon tea was had at Storrington, prior to the traditional return for Youngs as the "VICTORIA", Surbiton.
  3. Afternoon tea was served daily in upper class homes in Commonwealth countries through the end of the 20th Century.

Albert Sauce

  1. Albert Sauce is a "compound sauce" used to accompany roast beef.
  2. Albert sauce is a classic accompaniment to boiled or braised beef and is served hot.
  3. Albert sauce is a sauce used principally in British cuisine to enhance the flavour of braised beef .
  4. Albert sauce is a sauce used principally in British cuisine to enhance the flavour of brasied beef.

Alcoholic Drinks

  1. Alcoholic drinks are made by mixing rye with scalding hot water.
  2. Alcoholic drinks are not sold. (Web site)
  3. Alcoholic drinks are not usually sold.

Anglo-Indian Cuisine

  1. Anglo-Indian Cuisine is a gourmet’s delight. (Web site)
  2. Anglo-Indian cuisine is the often distinct cuisine of the Anglo-Indian community in both Britain and India. (Web site)
  3. Anglo-Indian cuisine is the often distinct cuisine of the Anglo-Indian community.

Apple Pie

  1. An apple pie is a fruit pie (or tart ) in which the principal filling ingredient is apples (Cooking Apples).
  2. An apple pie is a fruit pie (or tart ) in which the principal filling ingredient is apples .
  3. Apple Pie is a minty fresh comic satire of university life and ethnic identity. (Web site)
  4. Apple pie is a cunningly textured assemblage of spiced fruit, date-pecan crust, cashew cream and raspberry sauce.
  5. Apple pie is a food item that a player can make at level 30 Cooking. (Web site)

Bacon

  1. Bacon is a 3D modeling and animation tool for the Apple Macintosh computer.
  2. Bacon is a lean meaty cut of bacon, with relatively less fat compared to other cuts.
  3. Bacon is a type of meat that comes from pigs .
  4. Bacon is also used for barding and larding roasts, especially game birds.
  5. Bacon is any of certain cuts of meat taken from the sides, back or belly of a pig, cured and possibly smoked.

Bacon Butty

  1. A bacon butty is a sandwich made from good back bacon on sliced white bread, preferably toasted.

Baked Beans

  1. Baked Beans is a simple recipe that is easy to put together in the crockpot or slow cooker.
  2. Baked beans are a recipe consisting of pulses baked (or stewed) in a sauce. (Web site)
  3. Baked beans is a classic comfort food, but no single recipe defines its region.
  4. Baked beans is a dish consisting of beans baked (or, despite the name, often stewed) in a sauce.
  5. Baked beans is a dish consisting of beans baked (or, despite the name, usually stewed ) in a sauce .

Bakewell Tart

  1. A Bakewell tart is a traditional English baked dessert tart or cake .
  2. Bakewell Tart is a pastry filled with jam and sponge. (Web site)
  3. Bakewell tart - A traditional English pudding, consisting of a pastry shell, filled with jam (fruit preserve) and a sponge-like filling. (Web site)
  4. Bakewell tart is a classic English teacake, which, if made with a bit of love and some quality jam, well deserves to be a dessert in its own right.
  5. Bakewell tart is a classic dish to serve at a formal tea.

Bangers And Mash

  1. Bangers and Mash is a pub favorite of sausages and mashed potatoes. (Web site)
  2. Bangers and Mash is a fair with an ethical focus.
  3. Bangers and Mash is a hilarious comedy with a splash of melodrama, a heap of sitcom, lashings of slapstick, a dash of horror, and buckets of comedy.
  4. Bangers and Mash is a rare treat: a band of hardworking, talented musicians who perform their own music, their own way.
  5. Bangers and Mash was a children's television series in 1991 on the BBC.

Banoffee Pie

  1. A Banoffee pie is a British dessert made from bananas, cream and toffee on a crust made from biscuits and butter.
  2. Banoffee Pie is a classic and crispy dessert.
  3. Banoffee pie is a dessert made from biscuits, bananas, butter, and cream and boiled condensed milk.
  4. Banoffee pie is a dessert made from biscuits, bananas, butter, cream and boiled condensed milk (or dulce de leche). (Web site)
  5. Banoffee pie is an English dessert made from bananas, cream and toffee, which is made from boiling condensed milk. (Web site)

Batter

  1. Batter - A mixture of flour and liquid, with sometimes the inclusion of other ingredients.
  2. Batter - A flour-liquid mixture that is thin enough to pour. (Web site)
  3. Batter is a liquid mixture, usually based on one or more flours combined with liquids such as water, milk or beer.
  4. Batter is a thick or thin liquid mixture, usually based on flour, water or milk, and egg. (Web site)

Beef

  1. Beef is one of the principal meats used in European cuisine and cuisine of the Americas, and is important in Africa, East Asia, and Southeast Asia as well.
  2. Beef is one of most healthy foods you can eat. (Web site)
  3. Beef is the culinary name for meat from bovines, especially domestic cattle. (Web site)
  4. Beef is a taboo meat in a number of religions, most notably Hinduism. (Web site)

Beer

  1. Beer is a Perishable Product Beer is a foodstuff.
  2. Beer is a great and well loved beverage, no matter how it's consumed.
  3. Beer is a foodstuff.
  4. Beer is a perishable food product, and like any food product, beer doesn't improve with age.
  5. Beer is the favorite beverage of the Japanese and it-s dispensed everywhere from vending machines to temple lodgings.

Biscuits

  1. Biscuits are divided into two main groups. (Web site)
  2. Biscuits are extremely soft and similar to scones; in fact, many recipes are identical.
  3. Biscuits are a common feature of Southern U.S. cuisine and are often made with buttermilk.
  4. Biscuits are generally savory (but can be sweet), and the texture should be tender and light. (Web site)
  5. Biscuits are made from a number of ingredients. (Web site)

Bisto

  1. Bisto is a well-known brand of gravy in the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  2. Bisto is a starch based mix for browning, seasoning and thickening gravy.
  3. Bisto is a well-known brand of instant gravy in the United Kingdom.
  4. Bisto is a well-known brand of traditional British foods in the United Kingdom, although it is probably most famous for its traditional range of gravy.
  5. Bisto is a well-known brand of traditional British foods in the United Kingdom, most famous for its gravy products. (Web site)

Black Pudding

  1. Black Pudding - a sausage made of congealed pig's blood and rusks cooked in an intestine.
  2. Black Pudding is a sausage made mostly from blood. (Web site)
  3. Black pudding is an English name for blood sausage. (Web site)

Blood Sausage

  1. Blood Sausage - Also known as " blood pudding " and " black pudding " in Ireland. (Web site)
  2. Blood sausage is a food product made by cooking down the blood of an animal with meat, fat or filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. (Web site)
  3. Blood sausage is a more recent North America n term for the same as well as a useful term for similar blood-based solid foods around the world.
  4. Blood sausage is a more recent North American translation for the German moniker "Blutwurst".
  5. Blood sausage is a sliceable cooked sausage and includes such products as " Rotwurst ", " Grutzwurst ", " Zungenwurst " or " Speckblutwurst" , i.e.

Blt Sandwich

  1. A BLT sandwich is a simple classic.
  2. A BLT sandwich is a summer ritual in my life.
  3. The BLT sandwich is a favourite choice of many in the UK. Bushmeat.
  4. The BLT sandwich is a good simple wonderful comfort food.

Bolognese Sauce

  1. Bolognese Sauce is a delightful delicacy made from the inner nostril and sinus of the fabled people of the Bolongonia tribes of southern Antarctica.
  2. Bolognese sauce is a classic Italian fare.
  3. Bolognese sauce is a hearty Italian pasta sauce in which ground beef and pork are simmered for hours in milk, wine, tomatoes, and vegetables.
  4. Bolognese sauce is a kind of sauce for pasta that originated in Bologna, Italy.
  5. Bolognese sauce is a meat based sauce that works well with almost a.

Bovril

  1. Bovril is a British classic.
  2. Bovril is a 'must have' every lunch-time.
  3. Bovril is a beef broth and was spread on bread or toast.
  4. Bovril is a beef--- essence.
  5. Bovril is a similar spread, but thinner and made from beef residues.

Brandy Butter

  1. Brandy Butter is a blend of soft dark brown sugar, unsalted butter and brandy. (Web site)
  2. Brandy Butter is a sweet, rich sauce, usually consumed with traditional desserts during the Christmas and New Year period in the UK.
  3. Brandy butter is a blend of soft dark brown or icing sugar, unsalted butter and brandy.

Branston Pickle

  1. Branston Pickle is a UK favourite that is served in pubs as part of a Ploughman's Lunch. (Web site)
  2. Branston Pickle is a United Kingdom brand of jarred pickled relish. (Web site)
  3. Branston Pickle is a funny one - it has to be 'exactly' the right amount.
  4. Branston Pickle is a staple ingredient, and a big dollop is appreciated. (Web site)
  5. Branston pickle is a combination of tangy, crunchy,spicy sweet pickle. (Web site)

Bread And Butter Pudding

  1. Bread and Butter Pudding is a most irresistible way of using up leftover white bread - this is a particularly delicious recipe.
  2. Bread and Butter Pudding is a classic British dessert.
  3. Bread and butter pudding is a comforting .
  4. Bread and butter pudding is a comforting dish that over the last .
  5. Bread and butter pudding is a comforting dish that over the last 10 years along with many other classic British Pusat Zakat desserts.

Bread Pudding

  1. Bread Pudding is an old fashioned dessert that had its humble beginnings in the 13th century in England.
  2. Bread Pudding was introduced in India by the British during the time of the East India company.
  3. Bread pudding is a ‘common’ dessert, definitely not haute cuisine. (Web site)
  4. Bread pudding is a ‘common’ dessert, definetly not haute cuisine. (Web site)
  5. Bread pudding is a dessert popular in British cuisine and that of the Southeast U.S., as well as Belgian and French cuisine.

Breakfast

  1. Breakfast is the first meal of the day, typically eaten in the morning. (Web site)
  2. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
  3. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day; the one that sustains us throughout the day.
  4. Breakfast is the pride of the British Isles. (Web site)
  5. Breakfast was taken in Starburger opposite "Fungus Mungus", an eating location at an earlier event.

Brooke Bond

  1. Brooke Bond is a classic female product.
  2. Brooke Bond is a major tea supplier and also supplies other branded food products, coffee representing some 7 to 8 per cent of its turnover.
  3. Brooke Bond is a very strong brand and we plan to re-launch it.
  4. Brooke Bond was a brand-name tea retailer in the United Kingdom.

Bubble And Squeak

  1. Bubble and Squeak is a British Isles dish that is named more for the sounds it makes when cooking rather than when you eat it. (Web site)
  2. Bubble and Squeak is a delicious side dish to accompany many dishes.
  3. Bubble and Squeak is a delicious way to use up leftover mashed potatoes, and cooked cabbage.
  4. Bubble and Squeak is a great recipe for using up your Sunday lunch leftovers.
  5. Bubble and Squeak is a traditional English dish that is usually served on Boxing Day (December 26).

Butterfly Cake

  1. A Butterfly cake is a cake made from a simple cupcake .
  2. A butterfly cake is a cake made from a simple fairy cake .
  3. Butterfly cake is a handmade favourite.
  4. The Butterfly Cake is a wonderous invention that takes something so simple as the Fairy Cake, and makes even it more beautiful and delicious.

Charlie Muffin

  1. Charlie Muffin is a 1979 ( possibly made-for-TV) film after the eponymous book by Brian Freemantle.
  2. Charlie Muffin is a 1979 made-for-TV film based on the novel Charlie M by Brian Freemantle.
  3. Charlie Muffin is a bit of a loser.
  4. Charlie Muffin is a most unusual farmer.
  5. Charlie Muffin is a mouse farmer, a taxidermist, and a tinkerer.

Cheeses

  1. Cheeses are choice regional specialties, including Stilton, farm-house cheddars and Cheshire Cheese. (Web site)
  2. Cheeses are choice regional specialties, including Stilton, farmhouse cheddars and Cheshire Cheese.
  3. Cheeses are eaten both on their own and cooked as part of various dishes.
  4. Cheeses are eaten both on their own and cooked as part of various dishes; most cheeses melt when heated. (Web site)
  5. Cheeses are eaten both on their own and cooked in various dishes; most cheeses melt when heated.

Chicken Tikka Masala

  1. Chicken Tikka Masala is a Film Inc release and will open in cinemas across the UK on April 22, 2005. (Web site)
  2. Chicken Tikka Masala is a comedy of errors, examining relationships and love that rise above issues of culture, age and sexuality and see no boundaries.
  3. Chicken Tikka Masala is a delicious dish in which pre- marinated pieces of chicken are grilled and then added to a thick creamy gravy.
  4. Chicken Tikka Masala is a famous combination of chicken tikka and masala.
  5. Chicken Tikka Masala is a film about relationships, about love and living.

Chicken Tikka

  1. Chicken Tikka is a India recipe for a Meat Course dish originating in the Traditional period.
  2. Chicken Tikka is a Indian origin dishes made by baking small pieces of chicken which have been marinated in spices and yogurt.
  3. Chicken Tikka is a delicious Indian preparation, one of my absolute favourites.
  4. Chicken Tikka is a favorite Indian dish.
  5. Chicken Tikka is a very popular recipe.

Chip Butty

  1. A Chip Butty is a sandwich made of chips (French fries).
  2. A chip butty is a French fry sandwich.
  3. A chip butty is a chip (french fry) sandwich and parkin is a kind of ginger cake.
  4. A chip butty is a sandwich made with chips. (Web site)
  5. The chip butty is a sandwich, Comrade Stalin.

Christmas Pudding

  1. Christmas pudding is a boiled, or rather steamed, pudding, massively heavy with dried fruit and nuts, and usually made with suet. (Web site)
  2. Christmas pudding is a steamed pudding, heavy with dried fruit and nuts, and usually made with suet.
  3. Christmas pudding is the dessert traditionally served on Christmas day in Britain and Ireland, as well as in some Commonwealth countries. (Web site)
  4. Christmas pudding is the dessert traditionally served on Christmas day, although still available and popular throughout the year in Britain.

Corned Beef Pie

  1. Corned beef pie is a British pie.
  2. Corned beef pie is one of the most common British pies. (Web site)

Cornish Pasty

  1. A Cornish Pasty is a semi-circular "pie" for one person which is made with plain pastry.
  2. A Cornish pasty is a type of food, originating in Cornwall.
  3. A Cornish pasty is a type of pie, originating in Cornwall.
  4. Cornish pasty - A baked pie with a distinctive shape, traditionally filled with beef, onion, potato and swede (rutabaga). (Web site)
  5. The Cornish pasty is a hugely hungry eater's dream, with its minced beef, carrots and potato baked in a shortcrust pastry turnover.

Coronation Chicken

  1. Coronation chicken is a combination of herbs and spices, with precooked cold chicken meat and a creamy mayonnaise -based sauce.
  2. Coronation chicken is a combination of herb s and spice s, with precooked cold chicken meat and a creamy mayonnaise -based sauce. (Web site)
  3. Coronation chicken is a dish generally used to fill sandwiches and rolls in the United Kingdom.

Cream Tea

  1. A cream tea is a light meal. (Web site)
  2. A cream tea is a variant meal from the south of England.
  3. Cream Tea is a term for a pot of tea accompanied by scones with clotted cream and preserves.
  4. The cream tea is a symbol of Devon.

Crumble

  1. A crumble is a dish of British origin containing stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat (usually butter ), flour , and sugar .
  2. A crumble is a dish of stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour and sugar.
  3. A crumble is a dish of typically British origin containing stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour and sugar. (Web site)
  4. Crumble is a baked British dessert consisting of fruit covered with a crumbly pastry mix (cherry crumble, for example).

Crumpet

  1. A crumpet is a British yeast bread similar in size to an English muffin.
  2. A crumpet is a cake made from flour and yeast eaten mainly in the UK.
  3. A crumpet is a cake made from flour and yeast eaten mainly in the United Kingdom, but also in the nations of the Commonwealth.
  4. A crumpet is a cake made from flour or potato and yeast eaten mainly in the United Kingdom, but also in some Commonwealth nations. (Web site)
  5. A crumpet is a cake made from flour or potato and yeast eaten mainly in the United Kingdom, but also in the nations of the Commonwealth. (Web site)

Curries

  1. Curries are cooked in creamy coconut milk the fat-rich content offering warmth in the cool weather of the mountainous region.
  2. Curries are named according to what type of food they're made from and then adding the word curry- e.g.
  3. Curries are not confined to India and the United Kingdom, British style curry restaurants are common and increasingly popular in Australia and New Zealand. (Web site)
  4. Curries are not confined to India and the United Kingdom, English style curry restaurants are common and increasingly popular in Australia and New Zealand. (Web site)
  5. Curries are not confined to India and the United Kingdom, English style curry resturants are common and increasingly popular in Australia and New Zealand.

Curry

  1. A curry is any of a great variety of distinctively spiced dishes, best-known in Indian and Thai cuisine, but found in many other countries.
  2. A curry is the generic term for almost any kind of meat or vegetable cooked in a spicy gravy. (Web site)
  3. Curry - A Journey Due to a blackboards in binds Middle East, I was practically brought up see curry.
  4. Curry is a distinctively spiced dish which is common in Indian cuisine but is found in the cuisine of many countries. (Web site)
  5. Curry is also a word for grooming a horse. (Web site)

Custard

  1. Custard - Like pudding, custard is a thick, creamy mixture of milk, sugar, and flavorings. (Web site)
  2. Custard is a family of preparations based on milk and eggs, thickened with heat.
  3. Custard is a great way to get your boiled milk and your eggs too. (Web site)
  4. Custard is a popular dessert sauce. (Web site)
  5. Custard is a range of preparations based on milk and eggs, thickened with heat.

Daddies

  1. Daddies is a popular brand of brown sauce in the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  2. Daddies is a popular brand of ketchup and brown sauce in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland .

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