British tea journey ... No. 6 gold medal winning scones～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ On the way back from Bedford to the Cotswolds, we ate the famous British fish and chips for lunch. How delicious! According to the owner, people come from 150 miles away to eat this fish and chips. They brought me Worcestershire sauce. This sauce flavor may be more delicious to Japanese people, but in England, soy sauce, as well as wasabi, are very popular, and miso soup is becoming commonplace. Ramen shops, rice bowls, sushi...Japanese food is healthy and delicious. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ Now, back to the Cotswolds, I visited HUFFKINS, which won the gold medal for scones. , Unfortunately, it was past 5 o'clock, so I couldn't make it in time for business hours, but I was able to take a tour of the workshop where they are making it, and they explained the history and how to make it. . . The scones will be taken home, and there will be a tasting party on the bus! "Hmm, I want tea..."