Food in the UK is typically thought of as being summed up by fish and chips and roast dinners. While these can be great, there is a lot more to gastronomy in Great Britain.
Provenance is very important to a whole range of towns and cities across the UK, and locations such as Cornwall (home and birth place to the humble Cornish Pasty and Clotted Cream), are very proud of the edible items that make up part of their heritage.
Some of these items even take their name from the place they were first thought of, and we’ve listed some of our favourites for you.
I’ve always had a bit of a crush on the Ocado brand – it has many of the qualities that I admire, and I’ve been a customer for years now. So I’m delighted and incredibly excited to announce that G’NOSH is now stocked online (www.ocado.com) and can therefore be purchased nationwide.
All five G’NOSH Dips can be bought for £2.49 each and here are a few reasons why our marriage of brands works:
Forget the usual rashers from your nearby greasy-spoon cafe, the only way to eat bacon now is sweet. With the rise and rise of Bacon Jam (even Martha Stewart is making the stuff!) to the American classic of Bacon-infused Bourbon, it’s time to embrace the smoky stuff and get involved.
Our favourite is the French Toast with Banana, Maple Syrup & Streaky Bacon at Peter Gordon’s restaurant The Providores in Marylebone.