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Bleakhouse1879 Sat 08-Aug-15 18:07:39

I am fortunate to live in a part of Britain that has some wonderful local delicacies, such as

Black pudding
tripe
black peas
sticky toffee pudding
butter pies.

It is my mission to sample as many varieties of regional fayre from around Britain as possible. What local delicacies do you have in your area and have you tried them?

00100001 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:21:04

i don;t think we do... Let me google it hang on>

Oh yes, we have Braughing Sausagesand Pope Lady Cakes Only ever tried the sausages

00100001 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:21:38

you might find the second link interesting smile

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WaitingForFrostyMornings Sat 08-Aug-15 19:40:02

Oat cakes and scratchings. sad

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 08-Aug-15 19:42:41

Dorset Knobs
Dorset Apple cake

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 08-Aug-15 19:43:01

Blue vineyard cheese
Fresh fish

Bleakhouse1879 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:44:18

Thank you for the links. The sausages look good and I'd like to eat a Pope Lady Cake. that link also has a wealth of information, I now want to try Bastard Sauce. I have had a Wigan Slappy only the other day but I didn't know it by that name. fascinating website, I'll be spending a lot of time reading that, thank you

Barabajagal Sat 08-Aug-15 19:45:07

Faggots where I'm from - either wrapped in bacon or covered in gravy.

Kasey86 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:46:25

In Devon, we have cream tea (scones, cream &jam), amazing pasties and other bakery treats, great cider and awesome fresh produce in the village I live in.

Buttwing Sat 08-Aug-15 19:46:30

Op I'm guessing you are in/ near Lancaster? I was at uni there and butter pies are just genius grin

Owllady Sat 08-Aug-15 19:46:31

There is nothing wrong with pork scratchings grin

Owllady Sat 08-Aug-15 19:47:22

Well unless you are Muslim or on a diet obviously <shuffles feet>

Stylingwax Sat 08-Aug-15 19:47:32

Scouse with beetroot
outs self

ARightOldPickle Sat 08-Aug-15 19:47:46

Bedfordshire Clanger, a suet crust dumpling with a savoury filling at one end and a sweet filling at the other, a main course and dessert in one package.

Haven't tried it - can't imagine what the middle bit tastes like!

WallyBantersJunkBox Sat 08-Aug-15 19:49:08

Gower salt marsh lamb.
Cockles but served as a kind of tapas with Aioli known as "Crispy cockles"

Owllady Sat 08-Aug-15 19:50:14

It tastes like the bus station
But it's all new and fancy now, pickle

DustWitch Sat 08-Aug-15 19:51:30

In my neck of the woods:

Cockles
Eels
Whitebait
Samphire

I do love a butter pie when visiting up north OP!

Clayhead Sat 08-Aug-15 19:52:57

Oatcakes...mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Bleakhouse1879 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:55:03

I've heard of Dorset Knobs because they do the biscuit throwing, similarly we do a black pudding throwing competition, I'd rather eat them than throw them.

kiwigirl42 Sat 08-Aug-15 19:56:56

Wiltshire lardy cake is yum!

Crosbybeach Sat 08-Aug-15 19:59:12

Herring and spuds
Lamb broth
Bonnag

agoodbook Sat 08-Aug-15 20:02:01

Here it is
Yorkshire pudding
Fat rascals
Curd Cheese cake
smile

Bleakhouse1879 Sat 08-Aug-15 20:07:40

DUSTWITCH Samphire is that similar to seaweed?

I'm currently residing oop North in Chorley originally from Berkshire. Tripe and black pudding took me a while to want to try but I'm so glad I did.

Bedfordshire Clanger sounds very unusual so that is definitely on my list.

Pork Scratchings: When I first moved here a lady very kindly gave me some PS to try, I fell in love with them and ate them non stop and put on about 3 stone, It was a bit unusual to eat something with so much hair on it though

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