What's the best local cuisine in the UK?


#1

It’s Scotland, isn’t it?


#2

cornwall, possibly Liverpool.


#3

It is. Specifically, Scottish breakfast foods.


#4

Definitely England


#5

Poor Wales, it has absolutely NO food identity :neutral_face::unamused::unamused::no_mouth::neutral_face:


#6

#7

Cheese on toast?


#8

exactly


#9

but I’m nowhere near Scotland!


#10

Leeks, motherfucker!


#11

East Anglia


#12

Scotland:

offal; deep fried chocolate bars; oats

Wales:

Leeks; cheese on toast

England:

differently cooked potatoes.

Tough call tbf


#13

It’s probably Yorkshire.
The answer to this sort of question is usually Yorkshire.
Cunts.


#14

Oops

Northern Ireland

taytos


#15

yorkshire: puddings


#16

Birmingham - home of the balti


#17

probably Gibraltar tbh


#18

Birmingham I reckon


#19

It is SO Scotland.

Square sausage
(can we count black pudding?)
Haggis
Macaroni pie
Scotch pie
Mince and tatties
Kedgeree
Cullen skink ffs!
BUTTERIES
Tablet
Oatcakes
Shortbread
Porridge

It’s the best. Easy.


#20

London - home of the haggis toastie.