Food & Nutrition

Can You Guess the Name of These British Foods?

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delicious toad in the hole into a baking dish close up on the table. horizontalAS Food studio/Shutterstock

This sausage and Yorkshire pudding meal has a name that sounds like it could be a children’s book title!

Answer: Toad in the hole

delicious toad in the hole into a baking dish close up on the table. horizontalAS Food studio/Shutterstock

There are various stories about the origins of this creative name, but it can be agreed on that the dish was created at least in the early 18th century, the Telegraph reports.

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Baked Irish pie with minced meat on a plateKonstantin Kopachinsky/Shutterstock

Nope, this isn’t a cottage pie; that has beef inside. This type of pie actually has lamb. 

Answer: Shepherd’s pie

Baked Irish pie with minced meat on a plateKonstantin Kopachinsky/Shutterstock

It takes a a true English chef to make sure that you have the perfect crust and never too much meat or potatoes in your pie. Of course, that’s not quite how Americans picture a pie. Check out these 10 other words that have completely different meanings in each country.

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