Traditional British food never goes off! Be it a Sunday roast, English breakfast, Yorkshire pudding or a simple delicious Shepherd’s pie. British food is present internationally, and in England in almost every restaurant. Nothing rivals the traditional British cuisine. Just like nothing rivals the British entertainment. Among the popular leisures are bingo and casino. Aspers Casinos Stratford offers the best of roulette and blackjack games. Enjoy the luxury gaming destination by dropping by the land-based casino. Or, you can connect online via Aspers Casino Online.


Sunday Roast

A traditional Sunday roast includes vegetables – potatoes, turnips, and parsnips. The juices from the meat and vegetables are also used to make a gravy to pour on the supper. This is probably mouthwatering, but did you know that the Sunday roast started in England as a supper to be eaten after chapel on Sunday. In the late 1700s in the United Kingdom, families would put a cut of meat into the stove as they prepared for a chapel. The Sunday broil variation of this dinner is particularly English.

In 1731, an English patriotic ballad which was written by Henry Fielding – “The Grub-Street Opera,” wrote in his play: ‘’When mighty Roast Beef was the Englishman’s food, It ennobled our brains and enriched our blood. Our soldiers were brave, and our courtiers were good Oh! The Roast Beef of old England, And old English Roast Beef!’’


Shepherd’s pie

Also known as cottage pie, Shepherd’s pie is minced meat with potato. However, it is cooked with minced red meat in a sauce with onions and baked. Before the pie dish was fixed on the sides and base with crushed potato, just as having a squashed potato outside layer on top. It is simply heaven on a plate. To make a good Shepherd’s pie, you would need: olive oil, ground lamb, tomato paste, fresh rosemary, butter, chopped, lbs potatoes which need to be peeled and cut, parmesan cheese, need to be grated, egg yolks. It’s easy to make and faster to devour!


Bangers and mash

Bangers and mash is a typical British dish comprising of hot-dogs and pureed potatoes. It is generally presented with onion sauce. Bangers and crush are a staple of the nation’s general cooking and are a mainstream bar dish. Bangers are as far as known during World War I, when there were meat deficiencies and eminently water, this made them detonate when cooked. The hotdogs might be made up of pork or sheep.


English Breakfast

The practice of English breakfast goes back to the Middle Ages. There were typically just two suppers every day; breakfast and supper. The full English breakfast includes black pudding, bacon, tomatoes, fried eggs, sausages, fried bread, buttered toast, mushrooms, accompanied by tea or coffee. Breakfast was served mid or late morning. The typical English breakfast is a national establishment. We all love a full English breakfast. It is found almost everywhere.

For the famous Gordon Ramsey: ‘’ a traditional English breakfast consists of two to three sausages, back bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, black pudding, and toast. Anything less is not a full English’.