Unfortunately named British foods: a gallery

(Inspired by this post by photographer Kurt Hegre at the Fresno Bee, who has an incredible eye for the absurd.)

cullen-skink

spotteddick

scouse

blacktreacle

bubblesqueak

cnv0621

cockaleekie

(Leave suggestions in the comment section, and I’ll add stuff to the gallery)

Before you Americans get all high-and-mighty, though, remember that this could only happen in the U.S.:

baconnaise

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One response to “Unfortunately named British foods: a gallery

  1. It’s even funnier if you say the names out loud

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