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Category: British Food

What to Eat in Ireland and Where by Natasha Devine

What to Eat in Ireland and Where by Natasha Devine

My partnership with Travel-Wise is growing almost as fast as this fantastic travel resource is.  When I publish at www.travel-wise.com, my Editor sends me an article for Chewing The Fat.  Today’s post is from a writer named Natasha Devine.  In it, Natasha not only gives […]

Ploughman’s Cheddar and Onion Marmalade Tart

Ploughman’s Cheddar and Onion Marmalade Tart

A couple of weeks ago, I returned from “A Cheddar Odyssey”, an offering from Cheese Journeys, who, as their name implies, runs tours that combine Culture, Exploration and Cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.   It’s one of those trips that beguiles you long after you’ve […]

Fresh from my Cheese Journey: Broccoli and Blue Cheese Soup

Fresh from my Cheese Journey: Broccoli and Blue Cheese Soup

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’ve been in England these past two weeks on an incredible trip.  I joined Cheese Journeys, a remarkable travel company that specializes in taking Cheese aficionados on in-depth Cheese Tours. We went from London to Wiltshire, Devon […]

Bangers, Mash and Red Onion Gravy..no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Bangers, Mash and Red Onion Gravy..no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

The Germans make 1200 kinds of sausages from bratwurst to weisswurst. But in New York, you’d swear that there are only two kinds of pork sausages: Hot Italian and Sweet Italian.  The only other pork sausages you can reliably find are breakfast sausages and even […]

Cream Scones with Clotted Cream from "Hand Made Baking" by Kamran Siddiqi

Ah the scone!  Properly made, they’re a thing of great joy at tea time or coffee hour.   But the greater likelihood is that the scone most people encounter comes off as heavy as a hockey puck and just about as appetizing. No matter how much […]

Butter Chicken adapted from Sam Sifton and Suvir Saran

Inspiration and Photo Courtesy of The New York Times and Sarah Ann Ward Suvir Saran         The moment the thermometer drops below 60 degrees, I cannot wait to put some Indian food on the table.  This makes very little sense since the […]

A visit to April Bloomfield’s Spotted Pig and a recipe for the great British delicacy Bangers and Mash

           The weather on America’s East Coast has been nothing short of bizaare this whole winter.   When I boarded the plane to come home from St. Barth, the temperature there was 81 degrees.  When I arrived in Newark the temperature was 75 degrees.  We […]

Jamie Oliver’s Beef and Guinness Pie

Jamie Oliver’s Beef and Guinness Pie

                 It’s not exactly freezing but it the time of year when I start thinking about meals that, for lack of a better word are ‘manly’.  I would happily make this recipe a Steak and Kidney Pie although that would quickly mean that most […]