The following is a guest post. Warning: Recipe for incredibly moreish treat below!
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. Of all the sweet culinary delights associated with a traditional English Christmas the humble trifle has to be one of my favourites. It is not simply served at Christmas, and was common place at children’s parties and what not as I was back in short pants as a nipper […]
Having enjoyed 5 Christmases in the United States since 2008, I have come to find that there are many aspects of Yuletide that are so subtly different from those of my homeland.
The following is a guest post. When my mum comes to visit from England we often get to work in the kitchen and try out some new recipes, and often we make something not so new. On her most recent visit we decided on something completely traditional – a Victoria Sponge.
Pancakes are hugely versatile and every nation has a style that is particularly beloved, but a traditional British pancake, served simply with lemon and sugar, is a thing of beauty.
The following is a guest post. “Remember, remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason & Plot. I see no reason why gunpowder, treason should ever be forgot.” Traditional British Rhyme