Keep em coming everyone, we only have until April 18th 2013!
You have decendancy from all four countries Canuck?, wow!
Here's some traditional foods from those four countries for you.
First England- Roast Dinner!
Scotland - Haggis - an accquired taste!
Onto Ireland - Boxty, a traditional potato cake.
Last but not least Wales - Welsh cookies.
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This is a bit belated but since I was on vacation and I believe in celebrating birthdays for at least a month, I think I can still properly wish you a Happy Birthday.
The picture of the English Roast Dinner looks so so so good!
I have tried Haggis - I thought I wouldn't like but I love it! Recently tried a Black Pudding - hello yummy!
Never had Welsh cookies before they look like little pancakes.
I hope all is well.
As far as I know. Canada and the USA are real melting pots, as would Britain
and Ireland be now I'm assuming as well.
I have tried the welsh cookies, and they're very good. My Uncle's Mom
was from Wales, and she used to make them. Basically they taste like
a cinnamon raisin cookie.
Haggis I'd never tried, or the rest of those cookies on your list. As I'd
never been out of North America, I'm used to our own cuisine. lol
Growing up, roast beef dinners were a tradition to eat on Sundays.
Used to eat it at my Grandmother's some weekends. We usually
had it with mashed potatoes, turnip (which I hate!) and some other
veggies like peas and corn.