What could be more English than a recipe using Cheddar Cheese? Cheddar Cheese originated in England, in the fifteenth century, it was stored in Somerset's Cheddar Gorge caves to mature. The Welsh might claim the Leek as theirs, but it's got a long English pedigree too. This is what I would describe as a 'mid-week' supper dish. It's a no-frills sort of meal, but extremely tasty and easy to make. The grated cheese topping, looks wonderful straight from the oven, golden brown and bubbling. But if you think it needs a bit of 'dressing up', add a sprig or two of parsley before taking this pie to the table. If you're really really really pushed for time, use bought white sauce and ready grated cheese.