Hog Roast Bradford
What do you think of when you consider the most appropriate food that represents a country best? I’m sure that like many people, you will come up with all the usual and perhaps stereotypical answers. Think of Germany and you might think of Bratwurst, think of France and you come up with snails (or even frog’s legs), think of Italy and you may think of spaghetti, but what would you think of for England. It’s a difficult one. Some may suggest Yorkshire pudding, and you have to admit that would be a great answer as it is so typically British. But there is another meal with a Yorkshire connection that has woven its way very tightly into the fabric of British society and has established itself as a very popular meal indeed in the UK.
The curry may not have been invented or made famous in the United Kingdom but it certainly has millions of British fans. Curry is one of the nation’s favourite meals, whether as a main dinner time meal or as a pick me up after a beer or three in the local. As for the Yorkshire connection, well, you can find the ‘curry capital of Britain’ in the county. Its home? The city of Bradford. Bradford is a city with a significant population of getting on for three hundred thousand and their love of curry is not in question, but what about hog roast Bradford?