William and Kate. Doctor Who. Fish and chips. The way they say “telly” when they mean "television." Simon Cowell. Phrases like “bloody hell.” Americans have been fascinated by the British forever, whether for their self-deprecating sarcasm or or their Cadbury chocolates. We’ve rounded up 10 British foods, both regional specialties and commonplace offerings that we just don’t understand – from “pasty barm” to jellied eels. And that's not to mention the fearsome haggis, the curiously named stargazy pie, or the rather unpleasant-sounding crappit heids.