Survey ranks classic savoury and sweet dishes from God to Worst Tier — but do you agree? – The Sun

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Survey ranks classic savoury and sweet dishes from God to Worst Tier — but do you agree? – The Sun



MOST of us will be drooling over this list of our favourite foods – though some may well be choking on their breakfast cereal when they see the rotten ratings for their go-to grub.
A YouGov survey has ranked classic savoury and sweet British dishes from God Tier for deliciousness to Worst Tier for foods we hate.
11 A Sunday roast has been ranked as one of the country’s favourite savoury mealsCredit: Getty – Contributor
Yorkshire pudding, Sunday roast, fish ’n’ chips and Victoria sponge came out on top with more than 80 per cent calling them the best. The Worst Tier was enjoyed by fewer than half of those surveyed.
The low rating for Scotch eggs and pork pies left a sour taste too.
Andy Bullock tweeted: “Scotch eggs are Low Tier? What is wrong with people.”
Feast your eyes on the full list, compiled by Kate Jackson, and see if you agree.Savoury
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Fun food factsBangers ‘n’ mash
In WWI, when meat was scarce, sausages were bulked out with rusk, cereals and water. When cooked, the water content meant they would pop, and that’s how they got their nickname.
Jam roly-poly
Harry Redknapp’s favourite pud was invented in the early 19th century and was traditionally boiled in a shirt sleeve, giving it the nickname “Dead man’s arm”.
Scotch eggs
Posh London store Fortnum & Mason claims to have invented scotch eggs, for travellers to eat on their journeys, but there are claims they started in Africa, India and even Yorkshire.

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