For all that the great British fry-up is the king of all breakfasts (shut up, granola; back away, scrambled eggs; don’t test us, waffles, you will lose), it was not the only choice available to peckish Brits down the years. Not …
I don’t know how you’re planning to celebrate the return of Ripper Street to BBC AMERICA on Wednesday, April 29, but I’m thinking of having an all-day Victorian pig-out. Who’s with me?
Here’s the takeaway: Britons now like spicier Indian food.
According to a recent survey by the British Curry Club‘s Chaat! magazine, jalfrezi curry — a blend of hot green chilies, peppers, tomatoes and onions — is the number one curry in Britain.