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British pronunciation/skˈaʊs/
American pronunciation/skˈaʊs/
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a type of stew that originated in Liverpool, England, typically made with beef or lamb, vegetables, and potatoes

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What is "scouse"?

Scouse is a traditional meat and vegetable stew that originated in Liverpool, England. The dish typically consists of lamb or beef, carrots, potatoes, and onions cooked together in a thick, flavorful broth. It is often served with bread or buttered bread rolls and is a staple dish of the Liverpool region. Scouse is said to have originated in the early 18th century as a staple dish of sailors and was likely influenced by Scandinavian and Irish cuisine. Today, scouse is a popular dish in the Liverpool area and is often associated with the city's working-class culture.

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