No. 12: Ampersand Foods

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“The British Isles can boast some world-beating recipes, and some of the best of them are made with a secret ingredient they have always been very fond of: the Ampersand. It’s there in some of their best-known dishes: not just fish & chips — the full title of which should really be fish & chips & mushy peas — but also firm favorites like bangers & mash (sausages and mashed potato and gravy), pie & mash (eel pie, mashed potato, and a parsley-based sauce called liquor), and the ever-popular steak & kidney pie. And it’s particularly prevalent in some of their most beloved food brands too.”

Back catalogue: Anglophenia: Iconic British Things Part 3: Fish and Chips

Anglophenia: The Brit List: Ten Extremely Misunderstood British Foods

Anglophenia: The Anatomy Of The Great British Fry Up

Anglophenia: 10 British Words That Don’t Have A US Equivalent

Anglophenia: Five Unhealthy British Recipes For Jamie Oliver

Anglophenia: Karen Gillan’s Favorite Condiment: Chippy Sauce

Anglophenia: Let’s Have A Knees-Up For St. George!

Anglophenia: Personality Quiz: Which British Food Should You Try?

Preorder your copy of Stuff Brits Like from: Amazon US, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, The BookmanMunro’s BooksMosaic BooksPulpfiction, and Black Bond Books.

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