The most traditional English food is ?

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  1. Adidas Sharston

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    Sharston spring with toast toppers..
     
  2. bluemoon risin'

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    Edam on a muffin?

    Edam? .... Did you read the title of the thread?
     
  3. idahoblues

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    It was double dutch to him
     
  4. bluemoon risin'

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    Obviously,

    They can't get Edam In Hattersley. Only processed cheese squares there ; )
     
  5. Taxi

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    Have you decided then ?
    Is it ham egg and chips
    Spam egg and chips
    Steak and kidney pudding chips and peas on a tray with gravy
    fish and chips mushy peas
    stew and dumpling s
    Broth
    Sago
    toast ?


    Or stew and dumplings left overnight and then the burnt mix scraped from the bottom of the pan and served with daddies ?
    So many factors for you all to peruse on this most important'e of threads
    Has cheesecake been mentioned yet ?
     
  6. karen7

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    Bread and butter pudding with cream or custard
     
  7. CTID1988

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    Roast dinner followed by a crumble or arctic roll.
    Fish, chips, mushy peas all washed down with a tin of dandelion and burdock.
     
  8. crazyg

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    For one moment then I thought you were going to go into the "Spam" sketch!
     
  9. inchy14

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    stunned, dazed and still can't quite believe it!!
    Not that good then?
     
  10. talkativesprout

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    I knew my selection had holes in it.
    I think you will find add the two together it becomes a Sandwich,

    Very popular is Mottram cheese
     

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