The English Kitchen

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Blog Tags:recipes, Food, Seasonal delights, England

Debunking the myths of English Cookery, one recipe at a time.



Latest Blog Posts



 Occasionally you run across a cake that is so squidgilly good that you either have to share it right away, or hide it and hog it all to yourself.  This delicious loaf cake falls into both those categories.   I kid you not. ...

Apple and Blackcurrant Pie

on Feb 24, 2017 in: Fruit

  We are lucky enough to have a very prolific black currant bush in our back garden and so our freezer is filled with black currants for me to use all year round in tasty desserts, pies, cakes, etc.   This is one of Todd's favouri...

Time for a Boost

on Feb 23, 2017

 Boostball is now rolling out across the world and has also been launched into the skies as Virgins Atlantic's protein snack of choice for their customers.  The company recently contacted me and asked me if I would like to try them.  I...

Cheesy Tuna Bake

on Feb 23, 2017

The Toddster is always after me to cook using things that we have in our store cupboard.  He is always complaining about how much we have stored.   It is useless for me to explain to him that your cupboards may be full, but in a lot of...

Grape Nuts Bread

on Feb 22, 2017

 Grape-Nuts is a breakfast cereal developed in 1897 by C. W. Post, a former patient and later competitor of the 19th-century breakfast food innovator, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg. Despite the name, the cereal contains neither grapes nor nuts; it is...

Sticky Gammon Steaks

on Feb 21, 2017

During the week, I try to cook meals which are quick and easy and not too hard on the budget.  Living on a pension means we have a very basic fixed income, and so there is not a lot of room for playing around overly much, and with way food costs...

Vegetable Chow Mein

on Feb 20, 2017 in: vegetables

  This dish is quick, easy and delicious.  It is such a simple thing and goes very well with stir fries of any kind, and if you add a bit of leftover cooked meat or poulrty can even double as a main course.  Mmmm . . . Chicken cho...