British superstar Adele sat down with British Vogue to try out delicacies from her homeland, and reveal a little bit more about herself.
In a video published this week, the singer, who recently released her much-anticipated single Easy on Me, tried out a number of British dishes while wearing a blindfold.
Fans got to find out a lot of fun facts about the singer. For example, when it comes to tea, Adele prefers PG Tips and, just like any British person, she has a very particular way she likes to make it.
"I like to brew the tea bag, add a bit of milk, bit of sugar, stir it, stir it, stir it, ring it out, put it wherever you want," she explained.
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Among the dishes Adele tried to guess, there were cockles, kippers, pork pie, trifle, banoffee pie, Battenberg, Eton mess, Spotted Dick and fish pie, as well as a full English breakfast.
Her favourite British meal is a Sunday roast, which she adds she is very good at making every Sunday. "It's my son's favourite," she adds.
Adele is also very partial to a Nando's meal and a good old fashioned chip butty.
She also revealed that her death row meal would be a "three course" meal, comprised of: chicken nuggets, a burger and some fries.
Adele also told fans she learnt to cook at age 18 when, tired of spending money on takeaways, she read Jamie Oliver's 30 Minute Meals.