36 British Foods You Need to Try Before You Die

 

36 British Foods You Need to Try Before You Die

2020/07/01

To most British people, the term "scouse" will conjure images of Liverpool, where the inhabitants are colloquially known as scousers. But they're called this for a reason.


Scouse was originally a stew concocted by sailors, which first originated in Norway and spread to Liverpool, once Britain's foremost port. Although the city has changed a lot since its imperial heyday, the dish has remained, and is still served at cafes and restaurants across the city.



This stew is usually lamb or beef-based, and also contains onions, carrot, potatoes, cabbage, and pretty much any other leftover vegetable you have; beetroot, however, is generally regarded as a key ingredient. Served up with some nice, crusty bread, scouse comes out on top as the best winter stew out there — and one of the U.K.'s tastiest regional dishes full stop.















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