Where do I start? Well, there's bangers and mash (sausages and mashed potatoes), black pudding (made with blood - usually pig or beef), bubble and squeak (cabbage & other veggies fried), Cornish pasty (ground meat in pastry), cottage pie (same as shepherd's pie in N/A), faggots (a sort of meatball, made with whatever meat you've got around), jellied eels (hate 'em), pork pie, shepherd's pie (usually made with lamb), scouse (another fryup with meat), roast beef/pork/lamb, toad-in-the-hole (sausages baked in yorkshire pudding, see below), yorkshire pudding (batter first cooked in hot pan drippings from the roast beef you have just cooked, then finished in the oven at high heat - much better than most I've had in N/A). For dessert, (or the sweet course) there's apple pie, bread and butter pudding, clotted cream, Dumplings, mince pie, spotted dick (a steamed pudding with currants (the spots) or other dried fruit), sticky toffee pudding,
custard and custard pie, trifle, and finally treacle tart. Others can include stuff like finnan haddie (smoked haddock, then cooked in milk). Lots of other odds and ends, too!