Regional foods

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  • sweepy
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    As a Brummie I'd have to say Balti and Indian sweets, Jamaican curry patties

    The thing I miss most about London is the Jamaican patties from Brixton market. Theres nothing even close up here

    fingerbike
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    On the Isle Of Man, chips, cheese and gravy is the local delicacy

    Had this bought for me to try in Canada a couple of times, they call it Poutine

    MrNutt
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    Homemade Wiltshire Ham, this mornings eggs and triple cooked chips.

    I worked in Rozzendale for a while

    local delicacies included:

    pie IN soup
    pie IN a barmcake
    Hollands pies
    black pudding

    so good to be back in civilisation now 😉

    funny about the fish cake thing. I work in Barnsley, where a "fishcake" is the funny little mashed potato patty, containing a hint of fish, and rolled in breadcrumbs; back in the land of the living, a "fishcake" is two slices of potato with a layer of fish in between, battered and deep fried. In Barnsley they call this a "fish scallop"

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