Fish and chips in newspaper, as served in the pre-Health & Safety days of the 1980s.
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Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.                                                                                                                                                     More

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage. More

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Wartime Recipes How we survived in a time of rationing 1939 – 1953 Welcome to Wartime Recipes - Potato Short Bread, Parsley Honey, Rhubarb Jam Without Sugar, Chestnut Soup, Carrot Cream Soup, ROCK BUNS, WARTIME MAYONNAISE,

Wartime Recipes How we survived in a time of rationing 1939 – 1953 Welcome to Wartime Recipes - Potato Short Bread, Parsley Honey, Rhubarb Jam Without Sugar, Chestnut Soup, Carrot Cream Soup, ROCK BUNS, WARTIME MAYONNAISE,

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The Shops front of a traditional Pie, Mash and eels in Greenwich, London in 1890.

The Shops front of a traditional Pie, Mash and eels in Greenwich, London in 1890.

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Eel, Pie and Mash. Eel, pie and mash houses are bits of living history and are very much a London invention. The houses were a Victorian creation, though sellers had had stalls since the eighteenth century. Eels were very cheap and just swimming about in the River Thames.

Eel, Pie and Mash. Eel, pie and mash houses are bits of living history and are very much a London invention. The houses were a Victorian creation, though sellers had had stalls since the eighteenth century. Eels were very cheap and just swimming about in the River Thames.

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