One of the questions people ask expats is what they miss from 'home'. In general, they don't mean friends and family - although that is of course the truth of the matter. No, they want to hear that I crave warm beer or fish and chips in newspaper or something.
Of course, there are many excellent beers in this part of the world which I can choose to drink at any temperature of my choosing (generally meaning from the fridge, despite a basement that probably would serve it at an Englishman-approved cellar temperature) and fish and chips is a New England specialty - although I must confess it never quite lives up to the speciality of the land of my birth.
In fact, there is very little that I miss enough to do anything about it, but if I did, I have a new place I could visit.
The excellently named Brits 'R' US in Pittsfield MA. We spotted it while we were eating lunch across the road thanks to its flag display and it turns out it is full of Double Deckers and pork pies.
We looked in the window - and then fled from temptation - but we may visit intentionally sometime to find out what it is we're missing.