Myers of Keswick
On a sunny day, it's easy to walk past Myers of Keswick and miss the window display: serious British pride!
Traditional pork pies, baked fresh daily, are a best seller at Myers. Call ahead if you're looking to pick up more than four—chances are they'll be sold out!
One of Jenny's favorite products is Heinz's Salad Cream. It's a cross between salad dressing and mayonnaise, and is pretty much used as such.
You can get PG Tips tea—that classic British brand—in bulk at Myers, as well as a slew of other teas for teatime.
Though not for sale, this charming tea set on display at Myers drives the teatime point home.
It wouldn't be a proper British store without tubs of marmite: the salty, dark brown spread made from yeast extract.
And apparently, it wouldn't be a proper British store without marmite crisps, too.
HP Sauce is Britain's version of BBQ or Steak sauce. It's got a malt vinegar base, with hints of tamarind and dates.
Weetabix (and other childhood-friendly snacks) get there own corner at Myers.
Barley water is a popular British soft drink made with boiled pearl barley and a fruit extract, in the case, citrus.
A favorite of Jenny's from childhood, Ribena has a special spot in the store.
For a bit of reverse tourism, pick up a British postcard in NYC and send it to...the UK?
In honor of Prince William
In honor of Prince William (and one of their busiest business days ever!), Jenny's created something of a shrine to him and his wife.