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I thought the common fayre or smells were pickled herring and meatballs ....While at goodison it was scouse pies and oxo in a cup you could smell.
Never had Scouse pie. Not even sure what it is.
The scouse pies that they used to sell at the match aren't proper scouse. A big pan of proper homemade scouse cannot be replicatec or beaten. Chuck the leftover scouse in a bit of pastry and it's the food of winners.If you ask anybody in Liverpool, they will always tell you that nothing can beat a pan of homemade scouse and that their ma's scouse is the best in the world.It's really just a stew made from leftover vegetables and meat from the Sunday roast dinner. It's absolutely fucking awesome when it served with red cabbage or beetroot and a load of fresh crusty bread.
so onion bhajis dont smell ? Piss doesnt smell ? but the mention of hotdogs is ok then ? Maybe if you try and look deeper and deeper some of our european cousins maybe offended too, ffs
My mums meat to potatoe ratio in a pan of scouse is a disgrace tbh.
Sounds great.Everybody over here always takes the piss out of British food, but there's a lot of it I really miss. Yorkshire puddings, proper roasties, bubble and squeak.
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