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    Sunday
    Jul232017

    Brit Bite #2: Adventures in Wonderful & Weird England

    It’s Ostrich for Lunch. Brits eat all kinds of “strange” things from my view: black pudding (made with blood), marmite, ice cream with jelly, chip butties (French fry sandwiches), mushy peas, fish in newspaper, scotch eggs, Yorkshire Pudding (that’s neither pudding or edible with a spoon), and haggis (sheep stomach mash).

    But I never knew they relished ostrich.

    These fine-feathered birds that stand nine feet tall on average, apparently make fine burgers—and even hot dogs!

    But I passed.

    I went with the traditional fish and chips instead. My fish hung off the platter like a whale, mind you, but it was actually very tasty. The chips and beer weren’t bad either. 

    I’m also always amazed at how much food is on the plate of a traditional English breakfast. It often includes eggs, sausage, mushrooms, ham, baked beans, chips, and fried tomatoes—all slathered in HP sauce and washed down with pots and pots of tea. A mere 800-1000 calories.

    But who’s counting.

     

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