1) Manx kippers. I'm hoping to buy a lot more food locally once we are living in rural England but as a treat (and it is a fantastic treat) we will occasionally be ordering a box of smoked fish from the Isle of Man.
2) Local beer.
4) Pubs. Gastropubs. Independently-owned-pubs-with-local-ales. Pubs with outdoor play areas where you can keep an eye on the kids while you enjoy a warm, flat beer. (Okay, the latter is going to take some getting used to - I might have to stick to cold cider initially.)
6) The Borough Market (which I have not yet visited, by the way).
7) Cheap beanz.
8) Clotted cream, cottage cheese and cream cheese.
9) The space to grow my own vegetables.
10) Sausages and bacon.
What have I missed? Those of you who love England and its much maligned cuisine: what do you love about eating in England?