Good Eats: The English Foodstuff Lexicon

Good Eats: The English Foodstuff Lexicon

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Faith Durand
Dec 11, 2008

Ever wondered what clotted cream really looks like, or what bangers and mash refers to? How about toad-in-the-hole? Serious Eats writer Kerry Saretsky enlightens us with a post full of answers for those curious about British food. This plus baked eggs with mushrooms, leek and potato soup, and more below, as we round up our favorite food from our friends at Serious Eats.

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