As you may or may not know, one of my favorite parts of traveling is trying new foods. Not only are they often delicious and unique, they also usually have fun names.
This is even true in English. I had a good time with this blog post, which lists some of the funnier-named traditional food dishes in Britain. It’s especially helpful because it also describes the food in detail, so you’ll be well-prepared to choose when you visit.
My favorite names (which weren’t new to me, but always make me smile) were bangers and mash, haggis, and spotted dick.
As for the food itself, I think the fry up looks the tastiest. And you can’t go wrong with shepherd’s pie, I love shepherd’s pie. There is one dish on there that I hadn’t heard of called laverbread. Apparently, it’s not actually bread, but rather a seaweed paste. Looks interesting. I'd eat it.
I'll eat almost anything I can get my hands on when traveling. Just like the travelers in the Thailand video on the EF College Break video page (scroll to the bottom). They eat scorpions. I like their style.