The first supermarket we went into in Yorkshire provided many surprises but the most amazing one was this one.
What more can be done to milk. I prefer to have my milk in its natural form.
Yorkshire certainly provided us with many excellent food experiences. The best one I would have to say was the bacon. For some reason we seem to be unable to get decent bacon in Australia unless you have access to a butcher who cures his own, and they are few and far between. The supermarket bacon in Australia is generally cut far too thick and it is rare that you can find a good streaky bacon.
We were spoilt for choice in Yorkshire.
Pies are a speciality in Yorkshire and even those pies you can find in the supermarket are of the highest quality.
The sausage rolls were also delicious.You couldn’t stay in Yorkshire without having a Sunday roast and we did this when we were at Hutton le Hole. The Yorkshire pudding was to die for.
One part of the food available in Yorkshire brought back childhood memories of growing up in Scotland in the 1950s. This was the brand of bananas we had as children.
When we left the UK our final meal was at Wagamama, something Japanese.
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It sure looks pretty.
I love a good Yorkshire pudding. I’m with you on Mars milk, totally unnecessary.
To me it is just spoiling a good Mars bar.
True, and once you’ve made it into milk you can’t deep fry it. 🙂