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Welcome to the Food Museum ! Enter and discover English dishes.

HALL

English vs French

English breakfast

English specialties

Hey this is the British room! Start with the English breakfast , then, compare English and French breakfast . Finish with English specialties.

Irish specialties

Australian specialties

American specialties

South African specialties

Canadian specialties

Pickled Pigs feet


This is an old recipe from South American states. They are salted and then cooked with onions and vinegar.

Haggis


This is a Scotland dish. It is a sausage filled with animal’s heart, liver and lungs. It is cooked with onions and spices.

PICKLED PIG FEET

HAGGIS

Jell-O-Salad


This is a salad made with flavoured gelatin, fruits and vegetables. It is eaten with mayonnaise.

Bull Testicles


Bull testicles are originally eaten by ranchers in North America. They call them “meat balls”. They are fried and eaten with spaghettis.

JELL O SALAD

BULL TESTICULES

Irish Dulse


This is a purple seaweed. It is eaten with a honey cake and a sticky coffee.

Skilpadjies


This dish is lamb’s liver wrapped with the membrane of the kidney. It is barbecued. It is served with toasted bread.

Mopanieworms


These are nutritious, crunchy and dried carterpillars. They are boiled with tomatoes and garlic.

SKIPADJIES

MOPANIEWORMS

Vegemite


Vegemite is a black Australian food. This is brewer’s yeast (levure de bière) mixed with vegetables and spices.