Katy Perry has fallen in love with traditional British food on her current tour of the U.K., bingeing on snacks including baked beans and meat pies.
The I Kissed a Girl hitmaker told earlier this year (11) of her fondness for tinned beans in tomato sauce, which are usually eaten on toast or as part of a cooked breakfast.
She admitted she couldn't wait to get back to the U.K. to satisfy her cravings for the savoury snack, but now it's emerged she's been trying out a range of other British dishes on the road - and she loves them all.
The singer, who is married to British funnyman Russell Brand, headed to an eaterie in Sheffield, England with her entourage earlier this week (beg10Oct11) and enjoyed a locally-produced meat pie with Yorkshire puddings - cooked batter cylinders usually eaten with roast beef.
The restaurant's owner, Justin Rowntree, tells the Sheffield Star newspaper, "She tucked into a meal. We first introduced her to Yorkshire pudding. She thought it was funny that we ate puddings as starters but once she got her head around it Katy loved it.
"Then she had a Whirlow Hall Farm meat pie and Henderson's Relish gravy which she devoured."
Perry also told her fans on Twitter.com of her feasts - in a series of posts, she writes, "FINALLY! Beloved ENGLAND! 1st thing I did was stuff me gob (my mouth) w/some yorkshire puddings & meat pies from Silversmiths in Sheffield. Ah bless... See you soon... if I can stop eating these yorkshires."
And later, she added, "Yes, proper beans on toast... I've missed you."