Britain is a country known for its attachment to good food: whether it’s a lovely lunch or a delicious dinner! A New Year brings the prospect of more things to try, and rather than branching out into other cuisine, a surprising point to consider is that many people haven’t sampled some of Britain’s own delicacies. There are some interesting and exciting options out there, so why not feast your eyes on the following…
Have you tried any of these?
- Yorkshire pudding – it’s not only eaten in Yorkshire and is certainly not a dessert! The Yorkshire pudding, or ‘yorkie’ as they may be affectionately known, are made from savoury batter and typically served with roast beef
- Rice pudding – many of us think of rice as savoury, but in Britain it can be married with creamy milk and cooked to perfection. It is a dish which can be boiled or baked; with the baking process resulting in a caramelised ‘skin’ – you will either love it or hate it!
- Bubble and squeak – this is a dish traditionally made by frying together the left-over cooked vegetables from a Sunday dinner, though the most popular varieties typically include potatoes and bacon
- Pulled pork – the Brits are making a move to claim champion-role in the pulled pork steaks. This is the result of cooking a pig over a long period of time to perfection, and this country is recognised for its traditional hog roasts
Here to help you
A prime example of a Hog Roast company who can provide you with a historically-acclaimed catering option is Hog roast Oldham who are specialists in the area. They offer a range of menus and services. For more information you can visit their website: www.hogroastoldham.co.uk