English food

Can you name the typically English foodstuff described in each clue (the foods may be available in other countries too)
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Last updated: February 4, 2017
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Enjoy these with jam and cream as part of an afternoon tea
Scones
Lamb and root vegetables in a rich gravy with potatoes on top
Shepherd's pie
As above but with beef
Cottage pie
Typical seaside fayre - the most English food of all?
Fish and chips
You'll either love or hate this dense black spread
Marmite
Buy a stick of this at Blackpool, or Brighton, or just about anywhere as long as it's by the sea
Rock
Toast these at tea time and let butter drip into their holes
Crumpets
Oats, syrup and butter, delicious (if not great for the waistline)
Flapjack
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Black and white striped mints
Humbugs
Kendal's speciality
Mint cake
Eat these on Good Friday - they're really just teacakes the rest of the year
Hot crossed buns
Leave one out for Father Christmas (and don't forget a carrot for Rudolf)
Mince pie
If you find the sixpence you'll have good luck all year
Christmas pudding
A little Somerset village gives its name to the cheese that was first made there
Cheddar
Sausages in batter
Toad in the hole
Potatoes and cabbage
Bubble and squeak
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