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How Well Do You Know the British Food

British cuisines have a rich indigenous culinary tradition. Today, its cuisines are a mixture of traditions from the colonial past.
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UK has adopted curry as the popular dish because of the huge Asian population there, comprising of Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis.
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Wasabi is a spicy Japanese relish. The other options are eaten with British dishes.
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Sunday roast includes roasted beef, potatoes and gravy. It is eaten after the church.
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Mellow in flavor, the color of the cheese can vary from light orange to deep shade.
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Turkey was introduced in Britain by the Americans during the Victorian Era.
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The main course is always a roast dinner with gravy and roast potatoes, accompanied by other side dishes.
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Bacon is either wrapped around dried apricots, sausage or served on its own.
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Apple pie is never served on Christmas but after a roast dinner. The traditional dessert is always a rich fruit pudding.
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The other dishes are named after places in England and are regional English recipes.
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The flavored sausages are mainly made of pork, lamb, or beef.
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Y Fenni is named after a Welsh town of Abergavenny, Y Fenni.
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The original recipe was recorded by Mary Eaton in 1823. The name refers to the biblical Eve.
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Well Done! An English Finish!

 Maya Pillai

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Yulia Karnavushanka, Ruyan Ayten, Yevgen Tarasov, Food Photographer David Fedulov, STIL