OK, well the ones that spring to mind -besides chips! - the student's diet any where, but not necessarily with the northern sauces - any way! - Yorkshire pudding, one of the most famous and best, and Parkin! stottie cakes. Some of Britains best meat and bacon! Wendsleydale cheeses, Yorkshire hams, and tasty chuntnies to make these into Ploughmans, Sea food from Scarborough, and kippers from Craster, oatcakes, all the Newcastle Ales! Pan haggerty! Pease pudding, and yes, I am assured that the best fish and chips is from the North East. I am thinking of wonderful slow stews flavoured with brown ale and root vegetables.
I am visiting Newcastle next week and I plan to have fish and chips with a Brown Dog. Coz my husband isn't coming so there is no pressure to behave like a "lady"
Once you know the local ingrediants well, and think how they work together you come up with some pretty wonderful meals!