The following is a guest post. Warning: Recipe for incredibly moreish treat below!
I’ve had some lovely times in pubs across Britain (I even remember some of them!) – a social occasion made richer, usually, by the building housing the pub. Towns and villages across Britain lay claim to a number of quirky, endearing buildings which accommodate public houses.
You know I often post recipes for foods I miss from the UK. Well, here’s another one – sausage rolls!
The great urban myth is that Blackheath, London was named after pits of the dead buried there during the great plague of 1664 or the “Black Death” of the 14th century.
One of the best and most quintessentially British parts of life in Great Britain is the abundance of tea shops and tea rooms that can be found around every corner in the country.
Although it has passed now, I wanted to acknowledge Valentine’s Day in this month’s post, and since I know not everyone is partnered off, I’m writing about one thing that almost everyone can appreciate (and not just on Valentine’s Day): chocolate!
The following is a guest post. Picture the scene: a typically Dutch dull, grey Sunday morning, sitting around the breakfast table with visitors from Britain. I chose this morning to soft boil some eggs, toast some bread and cut it up into strips as part of the morning feast.
The following is a guest post. My recent post about flapjack prompted a Facebook follower to ask if we remembered Australian Crunch. Oh my goodness, yes, of course I do. How could I forget that delicious, chocolaty, crunchy bar we enjoyed as kids? Do you remember it?
The following is a guest post. Not too far from Greenwich, and just across the water from Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs, stands the O2, a destination magnet for entertainment seekers from all over the world. The complex houses the world’s busiest music arena, the O2 Arena, as well as the IndigO2, bars […]