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Classic British Recipes for Watching Ted Lasso

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Scott Phillips

Whether you’re a viewer who eagerly awaits each new episode of Ted Lasso, Apple TV’s Emmy Award-winning series, or a newcomer happily catching up with the series, you’re clearly charmed by the story of the expat American football coach turned British football coach. Make your next viewing of Ted Lasso dinner theater with one of these British classics.

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    Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce

    It doesn't get more quintessentially British than fish & chips, and chef Rick Stein's recipe is the way to bring this taste of England into your own home. You can even pretend you're sitting in Mae's pub while you're enjoying dinner.

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    Cream Scones

    We know that both Ted Lasso and Dr. Sharon Fieldstone hate tea, but there's no evidence that either dislikes scones - and what's to dislike? These flaky, buttery treats are as perfect for breakfast as they are accompanied with jam and clotted cream for afternoon tea.

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    Spiced Rum Fruitcake

    Fruitcake gets a bad rap, but Nicole Rees rescues the reputation of this maligned British standby with this deliciously spiced rum-spiked take.

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    Pear-Ginger Chutney

    Chutney is a classic British condiment. Make a batch and serve alongside beef, pork, or chicken. Or jazz up a grilled-cheese sandwich with a spoonful of chutney as part of the filling.

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    Sticky Toffee Pudding

    Pudding is a catchall British term for dessert. In this case, the pudding is actually a date-filled cake with a gooey sauce.

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    Yorkshire Pudding with Fresh Thyme

    These British gems are traditionally prepared with a beef rib roast for a Sunday (or holiday) dinner. In fact, why not make this entire holiday menu from British chef Luke Thomas while enjoying the holiday episode in the second season.

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    Gingerbread-Brandy Trifle

    While this isn't a classic British trifle (it uses homemade gingerbread instead of spongecake), it does have a traditional assembly - and a contemporary flavor profile. This one makes enough to serve to the entire football team after the big game.

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    Vanilla Shortbread Cookies

    Ted Lasso takes great joy in presenting his boss Rebecca with a box of irresistible shortbread every day. There may be no better way to celebrate an episode of Ted Lasso than with a batch of shortbread. This classic cookie is easy to make. Just make sure to use quality ingredients, especially the butter - shortbread has few components, and you want those flavors to shine.

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