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  THE TR DITIONS OF ENGL ND  FOOD ✣ Indian and Chinese cuisine in particular were absorbed into English culinary life. A distinct hybrid food style composed of dishes of Asian srcin, but adapted to British tastes, emerged and was subsequently exported to other parts of the world. Many of the well-known Indian dishes, such as Tikka Masala and Balti, are in fact Anglo-Indian dishes of this sort. ✣ Dishes forming part of the old tradition of English food include: Apple pie, bangers and mash, bubble and squeak, cornishpasty, cottage pie, egg salad, fish and chips, full English breakfast, gravy, jellied eels, Lancashire hotpot, Lincolnshire sausage, mince pies, pie and mash, pork pie, shepherd's pie, steak and kidney pie, Sunday roast, and Yorkshire pudding. 2  People are generally expected to dress “casually smart” for the theater (suits or nice jackets for men, skirts or nice slacks for women). Pubs are very casual places, however, and jeans and tennis shoes are perfectly acceptable there. 3   A common misconception is that pubs are bars. Pubs are also gathering places, conversation zones, even restaurants. In many pubs alcohol is almost an afterthought. Pubs are, generally speaking,  where people go to meet their friends and catch up on one another’s lives. 4

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