"I ate salmon kedgeree and cold Bradenham ham"
Creative Commons Attributionkedgeree - Credit: Jules, Flickr

Kedgeree is a lightly curried dish of rice, flaked fish (often smoked haddock), hard-boiled eggs and parsley.

Its origins lie in India, and it was introduced into the U.K. by returning British colonials.

Recipe for kedgeree


Bradenham ham is a type of cured ham which originated in Wiltshire.

After being dry-cured in salt, the ham is steeped for six months in a liquid cure containing molasses, coriander, and juniper berries. When completely cured, the ham is bright red on the inside, and black on the outside.