Food in Britain. Ophelia Luhur. History of Famous Food in Britain. Pies (43 AD - 410 AD ) Roman Centurions Fish and Chips (1858) First opened in Oldham Chocolate Bars (1890s) Cadbury Ice Cream (1913) Walls. Popular Eating Practices. Vegetarianism Health, environment, religion
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Food in Britain
History of Famous Food in Britain
Pies (43 AD - 410 AD )
Fish and Chips (1858)
First opened in Oldham
Chocolate Bars (1890s)
Ice Cream (1913)
Anna, 7th Duchess of Bedford, is reputed to have originated the idea of afternoon tea in the early 1800s. She conceived the idea of having tea around four or five in the afternoon to ward off the hunger pangs between lunch and dinner. Some time earlier, the Earl of Sandwich had the idea of putting a filling between two slices of bread. These habits soon became a good reason for social gatherings, and started a trend that is still very much a part of British life.
Afternoon Tea is recognized around the world as being something traditionally British.
How did it all start?
English dishes tend to be bland and that everything is rather similar
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Ground beef and vegetables under a mashed potato crust
It was once made with minced leftover roast
A concoction of dates, brown sugar, flour, butter and cream.
What does it taste like?