Five classic British meals to make on your UK staycation
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Withstaycations on the rise and more than 13 million* UK trips expected to be taken this year,we have prepared a list of our favouriteclassic Britishdishes to accompany any trip. From homemade mushy peas to a cranberry and beetroot chutney topping,we’ve got you covered come rain or shine.
Whether you’re crabbing along the Norfolkcoast, basking on the beaches of Cornwall or hiking on the Welsh hills, the opportunity to enjoy a hearty meal is a staple for any great staycation.
Fish and chip supper withHomemade Mushy Peas and Mint
The charming seaside town of Southwold, located on the Suffolk Heritage Coast,has a lot to offer – an award-winning pier, a traditional lighthouse and quaint beach huts. This picturesque location makes an ideal lunch for a fish and chip supper, ourHomemade Mushy Peas with Mintmake the perfect accompaniment for the teatime treat.
Pork Pie andSweet Potato Fries
The Cowal Peninsula is known for being as beautiful as it is diverse, with towering Munros and clear blue lochs, there is plenty to explore in the great outdoors. Whether you mosey around the Benmore Botanic Garden or discover Dunans Castle, enjoy a filling lunch with ourOriginal Pork Pieand a side of Sweet Potato Fries–this recipe,made by our friends at Wall’s Pastry, is our favourite.
Branston Topped Pies with a Beetroot Chutney
Situated in the upland area of the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales is the perfect location for a hiking holiday. You can absorb the peaceful countryside while stumbling across breath-taking waterfalls and charming villages. Once you’ve found an idyllic spot toset up camp, enjoy our Branston ToppedPork Pieswith aBeetroot, Cranberry and Chilli Chutney– the perfect combo.
A Pork Farms Ploughman’s Lunch
The sheer cliffsof Exmoor and the serene moorlands make Devon an ideal location for a British getaway. These spectacular views are the perfect pair to a classic ploughman’s lunch –our Snack or Mini Pork Pies,cheddar cheese, pickles, onion chutney and hard-boiled eggs make the ideal traditional plate.
Bangers & mash with spicy red cabbage
Featuring exquisite views along the Pembrokeshire coast, the harbour town and resort of Tenby in South West Wales ticks every box. If the Welsh weather isn’t on your side, then head homeand warm up with a traditional bangers and mash and a generous serving of our deliciousSpicy Red Cabbage.
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