Liverpool is famous for many things; The Beatles, football and being very friendly (we were voted the UK’s friendliest city after all!), but one thing we’re also super proud of is our local dish, Scouse. Everyone in Liverpool has their own recipe for Scouse, passed down through the generations and it’s always a staple dish on the dinner table in the winter months.
Coming from the word Lobscouse, which was a dish commonly eaten by sailors traveling across Northern Europe; the hearty stew generally consists of meat, either lamb or beef with potatoes, carrots and onions. Serve it with pickled beetroot or cabbage and some crusty bread on the side and you're in for a treat.
VisitLiveprool has put together a blog with all the places you can try the famous (and rather tasty) dish!