British cuisine is no more boring than is Mexican, or African, or Asian, or any other country. But, you have to look beyond the Hollywood movies, and what is fed to you by popular myths. Being a city by an ocean, there is a rich diversity of fine seafood, good veggies, beef, pork, chickens, etc. Now some of the names given to British recipes are, well, strange by American views. I mean, would you name a delicious (so I'm told), cylindrical pudding that has various fruits and nuts in it - Spotted Dick? How about the combination of sausage and mashed potatoes, aka Bangers and Mash?
Our friends across the big pond enjoy a wonderful variety of cakes, tarts, trifles, Cornish Pasties, puddings, stews, pies, and anything else you could probably think of. Check out this site - Jamie's Great Britain Recipes | Jamie Oliver Recipes
A 10 second Google search with Great British Cookbooks gave me a host of cookbook offerings, many by well known chefs.
I don't think you will have any trouble finding British Cookbooks with mouth-watering recipes. One of these days, I'm going to make a raspberry fool, another delicious looking recipe that we owe to the Brits.
Now Canadian Cuisine, that's a different story.
Sorry, your food is great as well. I just couldn't resist poking a little fun at my Northern DC pals.
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North