Here you can find some information about the food eaten in Britain for main meals.
The Sunday Roast, or Roast Dinner, is probably the meal England is most famous for. It is eaten in most restaurants and homes across the country every Sunday afternoon and is a meal of pure indulgence. It is basically roasted meat with all the trimmings, including roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, stuffing, and vegetables. You can choose whichever meat you want, depending on your fancy, and each comes with its own special sides:
- Chicken: with bread sauce or cranberry sauce;
- Beef: with horseradish sauce or mustard;
- Pork: with apple sauce;
- Lamb: with mint sauce or redcurrant jelly.
The mother of all Roast Dinners for most people is usually served on Christmas Day when a huge turkey (often the size of a small child) is roasted and served with every vegetable, sauce and potato you can imagine.