Pork

Scotch Eggs

“And what could be more quintessential to [the great British picnic] than the humble scotch egg? Extraordinary things. In the past, they went from rich man’s caprice to Victorian savoury. Now they inhabit a strange hinterland between pubby ubiquity and zhooshed-up gastro cliche.” Oliver Thring, The Guardian “Boil hard five… 

Toad in the Hole

Toad in the hole is no laughing matter. Named for its resemblance to a toad popping its head out of — you guessed it — a hole, it is seriously delicious. Who can resist sausages nestled in crispy batter, slathered with a rich onion gravy? Not I, my friend. Not… 

Sausage Rolls

    Sausage rolls are the quintessential British savory snack. Bite-sized yet hearty, they can be found at any gathering of four or more British people.

    At afternoon tea, they provide a welcome counterbalance to the sweetness of baked goods. Sausage rolls can be enjoyed at any temperature and are easily portable, making them a perfect addition to any picnic. This recipe calls for Branston Pickle, a tangy condiment made from a variety of fruit, vegetables, and spices. If you are unable to find it locally, carry on. The rolls will taste just as good.