British recipes and food
Britain might be a small country, and not exactly known for it's cuisine, but there's more to British food than you might think!
Despite the fact that the UK is small, and Scotland even smaller, there is a good range of distinct foods. And not just shepherd’s pie and Yorkshire pudding (although my apple cheddar Yorkshire pudding are a favorite).
While some things have vague origins (and names) like bubble and squeak, others are quite regionally distinct like Eccles cakes. As a Scot, I naturally had to share some of the foods I grew up with like haggis (though a little simpler than the original), oatcakes and soups like cullen skink (smoked haddock chowder).
Be ready to try old favorites or be introduced to something new, depending on your perspective!