Few topics are more contentious than what constitutes the classic morning fry-up. Should the eggs be fried or scrambled? Baked beans or grilled tomato? Toast or fried bread?
However, Country Life magazine has sought to set the benchmark by hunting down Britain’s best food producers to make the perfect plateful.
Controversially, its line-up only comprised sausages, white pudding, black pudding, mushrooms, bacon, and fried eggs. [What, no baked beans, no grilled tomato? G.T.]
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British food seems to be up and coming in the States, at least according to the Telegraph's Marmite Takes Manhattan, from which we get the below list:
GREAT BRITISH GRUB
The top 10 British products sold at New England supermarket chain Stop and Shop
- Cadbury's chocolate fingers
- Branston pickle
- Bird's custard
- PG tips
- Galaxy chocolate
- Jacob's cream crackers
- Peppermint Aeros