Below is a list of some of the most popular food and drink to come from Nottinghamshire.
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1. Stichelton Cheese.
Stichelton Cheese is famously haAnd-ladled and made to a traditional recipe with unpasteurised milk to make an outstanding blue cheese.
Photo: Steffi Loos
2. Shropshire Blue Cheese.
Shropshire Blue is believed to originate from Nottinghamshire and is made from pasteurised cows' milk with the recipe including vegetable rennet. The orange colour comes from the addition of annatto, a natural food colouring.
Photo: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
3. HP Sauce.
The famous addition of brown sauce on a bacon sandwich might not exist if it weren't for shopkeeper Frederick Gibson Garton. He came up with the recipe for the famous sauce in his grocery shop in New Basford, Nottingham.
Photo: Christopher Furlong
4. Bramley Apples.
One of the most famous cooking ingredients around the world, the Bramley Apple. The nation’s favourite cooking apple originated in the pretty market town of Southwell 200 years ago.
Photo: Reg Speller