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Frequently Asked Questions are listed in order of popularity.

What is Britain's most popular meal?
It may be ordered in an Indian restaurant, bought ready-made from the supermarket, or prepared in the kitchen at home, but however it comes, the most popular dish in the UK today is curry


What is Haggis?
Haggis is Scotlandís best-known regional dish.

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