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  1. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    SatNavSaysStraightOn (Site Owner) Staff Member Recipe Challenge Judge

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    NSW, Australia
    I'll start off with the UK to US words. This is pretty much most of what we have come up with. I have a few more that I will add once I have them sussed..

    In The UK
    : In The US
    Afters
    : Dessert
    Apple Crumble : Apple Crisp
    Aubergine : Eggplant
    Back Bacon : Similar To Canadian Bacon
    Bain Marie : Double Boiler
    Bake : Casserole
    Bake Blind : Bake A Pastry Case Empty, By Covering With Wax Paper And Weighing Down With Beans
    Bangers : Sausage
    Bangers And Mash : Sausages And Mashed Potatoes
    Bap : Roll
    Bap : Small Bread Roll
    Bap : Hamburger Bun
    Baron Of Beef : Two Sirloins In One Roast
    Beef Dripping: The Fat That Comes Off Beef Whilst It Is Being Roasted.
    Beef Stock Cube : Bouillon Cube
    Beetroot : Beet
    Bicarbonate Of Soda : Baking Soda
    Bilberry : Blueberry
    Bill (At Restaurant) : Check
    Biscuit (Savoury) : Cracker
    Biscuit (Sweet) : Cookie
    Biscuit Mixture : Cookie Dough
    Bitter : Dark Ale Made With Hops
    Black Cherries : Bing Cherries
    Black Coffee : Coffee Without
    Black Pudding : Blood Sausage
    Black Treacle : Molasses
    Black Turtle Beans : Spanish Black Beans
    Blancmange : Vanilla Pudding
    Boiled Sweet : Hard Candy
    Boiling Chicken : Stewing Chicken
    Bread And Butter Pudding : Bread Pudding
    Brew : Cup Of Tea
    Brill : Similar To Turbot
    Brisket : Chuck Steak
    Broad Bean : Fava Bean
    Brown Bread : Wholemeal Bread
    Brown Sauce : Spicy, Tangy Brown Coloured Sauce
    Brown Stock : Beef Stock
    Bubble And Squeak : Potato And Cabbage/Sprouts
    Bully Beef : Corned Beef
    Butter Bean : Lima Bean
    Butter Beans : Great Northern Beans
    Butty : Sandwich
    Cake Mixture : Cake Batter
    Candyfloss : Cotton Candy
    Capsicum : Bell Peppers
    Caster Sugar : Superfine Sugar
    Channel Island Milk : Milk That's Almost As Thick As Light Cream
    Chicken Stock Cube : Bouillon Cube
    Chickpea : Garbanzo
    Chickpea Flour : Gram Flour
    Chicory : Endive
    Chili : Chili Pepper
    Chip Butty : Bread Roll Containing French Fries.
    Chipolata : Small Pork Sausage
    Chips : French Fries
    Chocolate Drops : Chocolate Chips
    Chocolate Vermicelli : Chocolate Sprinkles
    Chump Chop : A Type Of Lamb Chop
    Cider : Hard Cider
    Claret : Bordeaux
    Clingfilm : Plastic Wrap
    Clingfilm : Saran Wrap
    Coal Fish : Black Cod
    Cocoa Powder : Unsweetened Cocoa
    Coffee Sugar : Sugar In Large Brightly-Coloured Crystals
    Collop : Slice of Meat
    Conserves : Preserves
    Cooley : Black Cod
    Cordial : Fruit Drink Concentrate
    Coriander Leaves : Cilantro
    Coriander Seeds : Coriander
    Corn : Almost Any Grain
    Corned Beef : Canned Pressed Ham (See Salt Beef)
    Cornflour : Cornstarch
    Cornish Cream : Clotted Cream
    Cornish Pasty : Meat Turnover
    Cos Lettuce : Romaine
    Courgette : Zucchini
    Crayfish : Crawfish
    Crisps : Potato Chips
    Crumpet : Something A Bit Like An English Muffin ("English Muffins" Do Not Exist In England)
    Crystallised Fruits : Candied Fruits
    Cuppa : Cup Of Tea
    Curly Endive : Chicory
    Custard : A Dessert Made Of Milk And Egg Yolks With A Touch Of Vanilla
    Custard Powder : Instant Custard Sauce Powder
    Cutlery : Flatware Or Silverware
    Cutlet : Chop
    Demerara Sugar : (Light) Brown Cane Sugar
    Desiccated Coconut : Shredded Coconut
    Devonshire Cream : A Particular Type Of Clotted Cream
    Digestive Biscuits : Less Sweet Than A Graham Crackers
    Dinner : Lunch Or Evening Meal
    Doner Kebab : Gyro
    Double Cream : Heavy Cream
    Doughnut : Jelly Doughnut
    Dripping : Fat From Roasted Meat
    Dumpling Mix : Package Biscuit Mix
    Eggy Bread (Fried) : French Toast
    Elevenses : Mid-Morning Snack At 11am
    Endive : Chicory
    Essence : Extract
    Faggot : Meatball
    Fairy Cake : Cupcake
    Fillet Steak : Tenderloin Steak
    Filo Pastry : Filo Dough
    Filo Pastry : Phyllo Dough
    Fish Fingers : Fish Sticks
    Fizzy Drink : Carbonated Drink
    Flan : Open Top Pie
    Forcemeat : Stuffing Mixture
    French Bean : Green Bean
    French Beans : String Beans
    Fresh Vegetables : Raw Vegetables
    Fresh Yeast : Compressed Yeast
    Freshly Made Apple Juice : Fresh Cider
    Fried Egg Lightly On Both Sides : Over Easy
    Fried Egg On Both Sides : Over
    Fried Egg On One Side Only (Normal Frying) : Sunny Side Up
    Fry Up : Breakfast Of Fried Eggs, Fried Sausage, Fried Bread, Fried Bacon
    Gammon : Large, Thick, Round Piece Of Ham
    Garibaldi : Hard Rectangular Currant Cookie
    Gelatine : Gelatin
    Gherkin : Pickle
    Ginger Nut : Ginger Snap
    Glace Cherries : Candied Cherries
    Glace Fruits : Candied Fruits
    Gobstopper : Jawbreaker
    Golden Syrup : Light Corn Syrup
    Gratin : Casserole
    Greaseproof Paper : Wax Paper
    Green Pepper : Bell Pepper
    Grill : Broil
    Ground Nut : Peanut
    Ground Nut Oil : Peanut Oil
    Grub : Food
    Gut (Fish) : Clean (Fish)
    Haggis : Scottish Dish Consisting Of A Sheep's Or Calf's Offal
    Haricot Beans : Navy Beans
    High Tea : Evening Meal, Dinner
    Hundreds And Thousands : Sprinkles
    Ice Lolly : Popsicle
    Iceberg Lettuce : Head Bibb Lettuce
    Icing : Frosting
    Icing Sugar : Powdered Sugar
    Icing Sugar : Confectioner’s Sugar
    Jacket Potato : Baked Potato
    Jaggery : Piloncillo, Panela or Panocha
    Jam : Jelly
    Jelly : Jell-O®
    Jelly : Gelatin
    Joint : Beef Roast
    Joint : Roast Beef
    Kipper : Smoked Herring
    Lean Bacon : Canadian Bacon
    Liquidizer : Blender
    Liver Sausage : Liverwurst
    Main Course : Entrée
    Maize : Corn
    Mange-Tout : Snow Pea
    Marmite : Similar To Vegemite
    Marrow : Squash
    Marrow : Gourd
    Marrow : Zucchini
    Mince : Ground Beef
    Mince Pie : See Mincemeat, Made In To Small Individual Sweet Pies At Christmas Only
    Minced Meat : Ground Beef
    Minced Meat : Hamburger Meat
    Mincemeat : Mince Pie Filling (Dried Fruit, Peel, Brandy, Etc.; Very Occasionally Contains Meat)
    Mixed Spice : A Mixture Of Allspice, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger, Coriander And Cloves
    Monkey Nuts : Unshelled Peanuts
    Muesli : Granola
    Muslin : Cheesecloth
    Natural Yoghurt : Unflavoured Yoghurt
    Neat (As In Alcohol) : Straight Up Drink
    Nosh : Food
    Nut Cutlet : Cutlet-Shaped Savoury Cake Made Of Chopped Nuts, Breadcrumbs, And Other Vegetables
    Oatcakes (Scottish) : Oatmeal Cookie
    Oatcakes (Staffordshire) : Oatmeal Pancakes (Ish)
    Offal : Variety Meats
    Offal : Liver, Kidneys, Tongue, Tripe And Any Other Animal Organs
    Off-License : Liquor Store
    Oxford Sauce : Cumberland Sauce
    Pastry Case : Pie Case
    Pastry Flour : Cake Flour
    Paw Paw : Papaya
    Peckish : Hungry
    Peppers : Bell Peppers
    Perry : Hard Cider Made From Pears Instead Of Apples
    Pickled Cucumber : Dill Pickle
    Pie : Meat Pie Or Fruit Pie
    Pig’s Trotter : Pig’s Foot
    Pine Kernels : Pine Nuts
    Pips : Seeds
    Pitted : Seeded
    Plain Chocolate : Semi-Sweet Chocolate
    Plain Flour : All-Purpose Flour
    Plonk : Cheap Wine Usually Red
    Plum Duff : Plum Pudding
    Polony : Bologna Sausage
    Porridge : Cooked Oatmeal
    Pot Noodle : Cup Of Noodle (?)
    Prawn : Small Shrimp
    Profiterole : Cream Puff
    Pudding : Dessert
    Raising Agent : Leavening Agent
    Rasher : A Slice Of Bacon
    Red Grapes : Black Raisins
    Red Pepper : Bell Pepper
    Ring Doughnut : Doughnut
    Rocket : Arugula
    Root Ginger : Ginger Root
    Rump Steak : Sirloin
    Runner Beans : Green Beans
    Rusks : Unsweetened Zwieback
    Sack : Sweet Sherry
    Salad Cream : Mayonnaise And Vinegar Used As A Salad Dressing
    Salt Beef : Corned Beef
    Sarnie : Sandwich
    Scallion : Green Onion
    Scone : Somewhere Between A Biscuit & A Muffin
    Scotch : Whisky
    Scotch Egg : A Hard-Boiled Egg Wrapped In Sausage Meat And Coated In Bread Crumbs
    Scrummy : Delicious
    Self-Raising Flour : Self-Rising Flour
    Semolina : Cream Of Wheat
    Serviette : Napkin
    Shandy : Beer With Lemonade
    Sherbet : Powdered Candy
    Sherbet Fruit : Fruit Candies Covered With Powdered Sugar
    Silverside : Cut Of Beef From The Hindquarter
    Silverside : Top Round
    Single Cream : Half And Half
    Single Cream : Light Cream
    Sirloin : Porterhouse Steak
    Smoked Salmon : Lox
    Soft Brown Sugar : Light Brown Sugar
    Soldiers (Dipped In Soft Boiled Eggs) : Finger Sized Slices Of Toast.
    Sorbet : Sherbet
    Soured Cream : Cultured Sour Cream
    Spanish Onion : Bermuda Onion
    Spirit : Liquor
    Sponge Finger : Ladyfinger
    Spotted Dick : Suet Pudding With Raisins In It.
    Spring Onion : Scallion
    Spring Onion : Green Onion
    Squash : Fruit Drink Concentrate
    Squash : Juice Drink
    Starter : Appetizer
    Stewing Steak : Beef Chuck
    Stock Cube : Bouillon Cube
    Stone : Pit
    Stoned : Seeded
    Stoned : Drunk (As In Had Too Much Alcohol)
    Streak Bacon : Strips Of Bacon
    Strong Flour : Bread Flour
    Sugar Crystals : Coffee Sugar
    Sultanas : Seedless White Raisins
    Sultanas : Golden Raisins
    Supper : Evening Meal
    Swede : Rutabaga
    Swede : Turnip
    Swede : Yellow Turnip
    Sweet : Dessert
    Sweetcorn : Whole Kernel Corn
    Sweets : Candy
    Sweetshop : Candy Store
    Swiss Roll : Jelly Roll
    Take-Away : Take Out
    Tart : Pie
    Tart : An Open Pie Usually Sweet
    Tatty : Potato
    Tatty Scone : Potato Cake
    Tea : Evening Meal
    Tea-Break : Similar To A Coffee Break Only To Drink Tea
    Tin Foil : Aluminium Foil
    Tinned : Canned
    Tipple : Small Alcoholic Drink Usually A Spirit.
    Toad In The Hole : Yorkshire Pudding Containing Sausages
    Toffee : Taffy
    Tomato Sauce : Ketchup
    Topside Beef : Top Round
    Treacle : Molasses
    Tuck In : Eat, Dig In
    Tunny : Tuna
    Vegetable Fat : Shortening
    Water Biscuits : Crackers
    Water Biscuits : Matzos
    Whipping Cream : Halfway Between Light And Heavy Cream
    Whisk : Beat
    Whisk : Whip
    Whiskey : Irish Or American Whiskey
    Whisky : Scots Whisky
    White Coffee : Coffee With
    White Stock : Chicken Stock
    White Stock : Fish Stock
    Whitebait : Small Silvery Fish, Usually Deep-Fried Whole
    Wholemeal : Whole Wheat
    Wholemeal : Graham
    Yorkshire Pudding : Savoury Batter Made Of Milk, Eggs And Flour Cooked In The Oven
     
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2016
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    SatNavSaysStraightOn (Site Owner) Staff Member Recipe Challenge Judge

    Location:
    NSW, Australia
    An US to UK

    In The US : In The UK
    A Dessert Made Of Milk And Egg Yolks With A Touch Of Vanilla
    : Custard
    A Hard-Boiled Egg Wrapped In Sausage Meat And Coated In Bread Crumbs : Scotch Egg
    A Mixture Of Allspice, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger, Coriander And Cloves : Mixed Spice
    A Particular Type Of Clotted Cream : Devonshire Cream
    A Slice Of Bacon : Rasher
    A Type Of Lamb Chop : Chump Chop
    All-Purpose Flour : Plain Flour
    Almost Any Grain : Corn
    Aluminium Foil : Tin Foil
    An Open Pie Usually Sweet : Tart
    Appetizer : Starter
    Apple Crisp : Apple Crumble
    Arugula : Rocket
    Bake A Pastry Case Empty, By Covering With Wax Paper And Weighing Down With Beans : Bake Blind
    Baked Potato : Jacket Potato
    Baking Soda : Bicarbonate Of Soda
    Beat : Whisk
    Beef Chuck : Stewing Steak
    Beef Roast : Joint
    Beef Stock : Brown Stock
    Beer With Lemonade : Shandy
    Beet : Beetroot
    Bell Pepper : Green Pepper
    Bell Pepper : Red Pepper
    Bell Peppers : Capsicum
    Bell Peppers : Peppers
    Bermuda Onion : Spanish Onion
    Bing Cherries : Black Cherries
    Black Cod : Coal Fish
    Black Cod : Cooley
    Black Raisins : Red Grapes
    Blender : Liquidizer
    Blood Sausage : Black Pudding
    Blueberry : Bilberry
    Bologna Sausage : Polony
    Bordeaux : Claret
    Bouillon Cube : Beef Stock Cube
    Bouillon Cube : Chicken Stock Cube
    Bouillon Cube : Stock Cube
    Bread Flour : Strong Flour
    Bread Pudding : Bread And Butter Pudding
    Bread Roll Containing French Fries. : Chip Butty
    Breakfast Of Fried Eggs, Fried Sausage, Fried Bread, Fried Bacon : Fry Up
    Broil : Grill
    Brown Cane Sugar (or Light Brown) : Demerara Sugar
    Cake Batter : Cake Mixture
    Cake Flour : Pastry Flour
    Canadian Bacon : Lean Bacon
    Candied Cherries : Glace Cherries
    Candied Fruits : Crystallised Fruits
    Candied Fruits : Glace Fruits
    Candy : Sweets
    Candy Store : Sweetshop
    Canned : Tinned
    Canned Pressed Ham (See Salt Beef) : Corned Beef
    Carbonated Drink : Fizzy Drink
    Casserole : Bake
    Casserole : Gratin
    Cheap Wine Usually Red : Plonk
    Check : Bill (At Restaurant)
    Cheesecloth : Muslin
    Chicken Stock : White Stock
    Chicory : Curly Endive
    Chicory : Endive
    Chili Pepper : Chili
    Chocolate Chips : Chocolate Drops
    Chocolate Sprinkles : Chocolate Vermicelli
    Chop : Cutlet
    Chuck Steak : Brisket
    Cilantro : Coriander Leaves
    Clean (Fish) : Gut (Fish)
    Clotted Cream : Cornish Cream
    Coffee Sugar : Sugar Crystals
    Coffee With : White Coffee
    Coffee Without : Black Coffee
    Compressed Yeast : Fresh Yeast
    Confectioner’s Sugar : Icing Sugar
    Cooked Oatmeal : Porridge
    Cookie : Biscuit (Sweet)
    Cookie Dough : Biscuit Mixture
    Coriander : Coriander Seeds
    Corn : Maize
    Corned Beef : Bully Beef
    Corned Beef : Salt Beef
    Cornstarch : Cornflour
    Cotton Candy : Candyfloss
    Cracker : Biscuit (Savoury)
    Crackers : Water Biscuits
    Crawfish : Crayfish
    Cream Of Wheat : Semolina
    Cream Puff : Profiterole
    Cultured Sour Cream : Soured Cream
    Cumberland Sauce : Oxford Sauce
    Cup Of Noodle (?) : Pot Noodle
    Cup Of Tea : Brew
    Cup Of Tea : Cuppa
    Cupcake : Fairy Cake
    Cut Of Beef From The Hindquarter : Silverside
    Cutlet-Shaped Savoury Cake Made Of Chopped Nuts, Breadcrumbs, And Other Vegetables : Nut Cutlet
    Dark Ale Made With Hops : Bitter
    Delicious : Scrummy
    Dessert : Afters
    Dessert : Pudding
    Dessert : Sweet
    Dill Pickle : Pickled Cucumber
    Double Boiler : Bain Marie
    Doughnut : Ring Doughnut
    Drunk (As In Had Too Much Alcohol) : Stoned
    Eat, Dig In : Tuck In
    Eggplant : Aubergine
    Endive : Chicory
    Entrée : Main Course
    Evening Meal : Supper
    Evening Meal : Tea
    Evening Meal, Dinner : High Tea
    Extract : Essence
    Fat From Roasted Meat : Dripping
    Fava Bean : Broad Bean
    Filo Dough : Filo Pastry
    Finger Sized Slices Of Toast. : Soldiers (Dipped In Soft Boiled Eggs)
    Fish Sticks : Fish Fingers
    Fish Stock : White Stock
    Flatware Or Silverware : Cutlery
    Food : Grub
    Food : Nosh
    French Fries : Chips
    French Toast : Eggy Bread (Fried)
    Fresh Cider : Freshly Made Apple Juice
    Frosting : Icing
    Fruit Candies Covered With Powdered Sugar : Sherbet Fruit
    Fruit Drink Concentrate : Cordial
    Fruit Drink Concentrate : Squash
    Garbanzo : Chickpea
    Gelatin : Gelatine
    Gelatin : Jelly
    Ginger Root : Root Ginger
    Ginger Snap : Ginger Nut
    Golden Raisins : Sultanas
    Gourd : Marrow
    Graham : Wholemeal
    Gram Flour : Chickpea Flour
    Granola : Muesli
    Great Northern Beans : Butter Beans
    Green Bean : French Bean
    Green Beans : Runner Beans
    Green Onion : Scallion
    Green Onion : Spring Onion
    Ground Beef : Mince
    Ground Beef : Minced Meat
    Gyro : Doner Kebab
    Half And Half : Single Cream
    Halfway Between Light And Heavy Cream : Whipping Cream
    Hamburger Bun : Bap
    Hamburger Meat : Minced Meat
    Hard Candy : Boiled Sweet
    Hard Cider : Cider
    Hard Cider Made From Pears Instead Of Apples : Perry
    Hard Rectangular Currant Cookie : Garibaldi
    Head Bibb Lettuce : Iceberg Lettuce
    Heavy Cream : Double Cream
    Hungry : Peckish
    Instant Custard Sauce Powder : Custard Powder
    Irish Or American Whiskey : Whiskey
    Jawbreaker : Gobstopper
    Jell-O® : Jelly
    Jelly : Jam
    Jelly Doughnut : Doughnut
    Jelly Roll : Swiss Roll
    Juice Drink : Squash
    Ketchup : Tomato Sauce
    Ladyfinger : Sponge Finger
    Large, Thick, Round Piece Of Ham : Gammon
    Leavening Agent : Raising Agent
    Less Sweet Than A Graham Crackers : Digestive Biscuits
    Light Brown Sugar : Soft Brown Sugar
    Light Corn Syrup : Golden Syrup
    Light Cream : Single Cream
    Lima Bean : Butter Bean
    Liquor : Spirit
    Liquor Store : Off-License
    Liver, Kidneys, Tongue, Tripe And Any Other Animal Organs : Offal
    Liverwurst : Liver Sausage
    Lox : Smoked Salmon
    Lunch Or Evening Meal : Dinner
    Matzos : Water Biscuits
    Mayonnaise And Vinegar Used As A Salad Dressing : Salad Cream
    Meat Pie Or Fruit Pie : Pie
    Meat Turnover : Cornish Pasty
    Meatball : Faggot
    Mid-Morning Snack At 11am : Elevenses
    Milk That's Almost As Thick As Light Cream : Channel Island Milk
    Mince Pie Filling (Dried Fruit, Peel, Brandy, Etc.; Very Occasionally Contains Meat) : Mincemeat
    Molasses : Black Treacle
    Molasses : Treacle
    Napkin : Serviette
    Navy Beans : Haricot Beans
    Oatmeal Cookie : Oatcakes (Scottish)
    Oatmeal Pancake (Ish) : Oatcakes (Staffordshire)
    Open Top Pie : Flan
    Over : Fried Egg On Both Sides
    Over Easy : Fried Egg Lightly On Both Sides
    Package Biscuit Mix : Dumpling Mix
    Panela : Jaggery
    Panocha : Jaggery
    Papaya : Paw Paw
    Peanut : Ground Nut
    Peanut Oil : Ground Nut Oil
    Peanuts (specifically unshelled) : Monkey Nuts
    Phyllo Dough : Filo Pastry
    Pickle : Gherkin
    Pie : Tart
    Pie Case : Pastry Case
    Pig’s Foot : Pig’s Trotter
    Piloncillo : Jaggery
    Pine Nuts : Pine Kernels
    Pit : Stone
    Plastic Wrap : Clingfilm
    Plum Pudding : Plum Duff
    Popsicle : Ice Lolly
    Porterhouse Steak : Sirloin
    Potato : Tatty
    Potato And Cabbage/Sprouts : Bubble And Squeak
    Potato Cake : Tatty Scone
    Potato Chips : Crisps
    Powdered Candy : Sherbet
    Powdered Sugar : Icing Sugar
    Preserves : Conserves
    Raw Vegetables : Fresh Vegetables
    Roast Beef : Joint
    Roll : Bap
    Romaine : Cos Lettuce
    Rutabaga : Swede
    Sandwich : Butty
    Sandwich : Sarnie
    Saran Wrap : Clingfilm
    Sausage : Bangers
    Sausages And Mashed Potatoes : Bangers And Mash
    Savoury Batter Made Of Milk, Eggs And Flour Cooked In The Oven : Yorkshire Pudding
    Scallion : Spring Onion
    Scots Whisky : Whisky
    Scottish Dish Consisting Of A Sheep's Or Calf's Offal : Haggis
    See Mincemeat, Made In To Small Individual Sweet Pies At Christmas Only : Mince Pie
    Seeded : Pitted
    Seeded : Stoned
    Seedless White Raisins : Sultanas
    Seeds : Pips
    Self-Rising Flour : Self-Raising Flour
    Semi-Sweet Chocolate : Plain Chocolate
    Sherbet : Sorbet
    Shortening : Vegetable Fat
    Shredded Coconut : Desiccated Coconut
    Similar To A Coffee Break Only To Drink Tea : Tea-Break
    Similar To Canadian Bacon : Back Bacon
    Similar To Turbot : Brill
    Similar To Vegemite : Marmite
    Sirloin : Rump Steak
    Slice of Meat : Collop
    Small Alcoholic Drink Usually A Spirit. : Tipple
    Small Bread Roll : Bap
    Small Pork Sausage : Chipolata
    Small Shrimp : Prawn
    Small Silvery Fish, Usually Deep-Fried Whole : Whitebait
    Smoked Herring : Kipper
    Snow Pea : Mange-Tout
    Somehwere Between A Biscuit & A Muffin : Scone
    Something A Bit Like An English Muffin ("English Muffins" Do Not Exist In England) : Crumpet
    Spanish Black Beans : Black Turtle Beans
    Spicy, Tangy Brown Coloured Sauce : Brown Sauce
    Sprinkles : Hundreds And Thousands
    Squash : Marrow
    Stewing Chicken : Boiling Chicken
    Straight Up Drink : Neat (As In Alcohol)
    String Beans : French Beans
    Strips Of Bacon : Streak Bacon
    Stuffing Mixture : Forcemeat
    Suet Pudding With Raisins In It. : Spotted Dick
    Sugar In Large Brightly-Coloured Crystals : Coffee Sugar
    Sunny Side Up : Fried Egg On One Side Only (Normal Frying)
    Superfine Sugar : Caster Sugar
    Sweet Sherry : Sack
    Taffy : Toffee
    Take Out : Take-Away
    Tenderloin Steak : Fillet Steak
    Top Round : Topside Beef
    Top Round : Silverside
    Tuna : Tunny
    Turnip : Swede
    Two Sirloins In One Roast : Baron Of Beef
    Unflavoured Yoghurt : Natural Yoghurt
    Unshelled Peanuts : Monkey Nuts
    Unsweetened Cocoa : Cocoa Powder
    Unsweetened Zwieback : Rusks
    Vanilla Pudding : Blancmange
    Variety Meats : Offal
    Wax Paper : Greaseproof Paper
    Whip : Whisk
    Whisky : Scotch
    Whole Kernel Corn : Sweetcorn
    Whole Wheat : Wholemeal
    Wholemeal Bread : Brown Bread
    Yellow Turnip : Swede
    Yorkshire Pudding Containing Sausages : Toad In The Hole
    Zucchini : Marrow
    Zucchini : Courgette
     
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2016
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