This post was most recently updated on April 29th, 2018
Discover traditional English foods such as Toad In The Hole, Bubble And Squeak, Spotted Dick and Jellied Eels.
The English have never been known for their cooking ability (the French, very unfairly, call us the Rosbifs – or ‘roast beefs’).
However what we don’t have in culinary skills, we make up for in attaching silly names to our food.
Here’s our list of traditional English food, with strange names.
Traditional English Food With Strange Names
1. Toad In The Hole
No, not a frog in a, well, hole but sausages cooked in Yorkshire Pudding. Which, even more confusingly, isn’t a pudding. Anyway, the main thing is it’s delicious – especially with thick onion gravy.
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