Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Because my neighborhood has a large Irish immigrant population my local large supermarket has an international isle with some British products. It's neat to find brown sauce and ambrosia. The other day in the freezer section I noticed that Stouffers now offers Welsh Rarebit. I guess Stouffers decided to sell it at my particular supermarket because of that reason. I wonder if it tastes as good as scratch or when I had tried some at a British restaurant.

5 comments:

Jesser said...

Vair interesting .... have never had that. Haven't seen it either. I'll try to keep my eyes peeled for it. ;) hahahah

foodiechickie said...

Heh heh.

Shannon said...

Jeremy loved that stuff when he was a little boy in scotland... couldn't get enough of it lol...

Adelaide said...

I was surprised to find out that we had a British grocery store here too. But I've never gone because I have not the first clue about British food, so it's pointless for me to buy anything, except for snacks or something.

One time I was watching some reality show with Jerry Hall, and there was a big mention about this British dessert called SPOTTED DICK. {LOL}

foodiechickie said...

That is so cool your hubby got to experience Scotland Shannon.

Hi Adelaide. That is a funny name. I'm sure you know more about British food then you think. I am a little bit of a Anglophile or as I like to call myself Britophile. LOL. So I like all things British. Heh heh. This is a good site for more info. http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/recipe_index.htm

Wikipedia also has good info on the foods of Great Britian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_food

Hope this helps!