Almost anything English. I have worked in their kitchens--never saw garlic,
in fact I was 30 yrs old before I knew garlic existed. Never saw oregano---
as a matter of fact never saw any spices except salt and pepper. Never saw
salad of any kind but chicken, roast beef and lamb (mutton) were on most menus.
And everything had to be done in the proper manner. I have worked for people
who got dressed for dinner every night. They had no idea where the kitchen
was in their house or what was in it---they got dressed for dinner and sat at
the dining room table and were served whatever the cook had come up with. They,
of course, made suggestions but ate their roast beef and yorkshire pudding and
withdrew to the drawing room for dessert or brandyand the TV.
But that was a long time ago and I assume things have changed---what the menu
is now I would assume is frozen something or other from the Natural Food store.
"Our food has never been touched by human hands."
From the immortal Julia Childs---"the prettier the food on the plate looks, the
more fingers have touched it". Or something like that !!! RIP Julia