Not particularly known for its food, it is easy to miss what is traditionally English cuisine. I for one, had very little idea that the English had more than fish and chips.
In the western side of this country, there is a dish whose origins have been recorded to even before Henry III. Said to be the food of choice for miners due to the ease of transport, Cornish pasties are still truly one of this country’s favourites.
Some are made believe that the pasties were eaten holding the “handle”, but reality is that it was eaten from top to bottom.