The English Kitchen

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



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Jammy Buns

on Apr 20, 2018 in: Baking

 I wanted to bake Todd a treat today and I had spied this recipe in a baking book of mine which I have had for a very long time, entitled, "Cakes" by Gina Speer.  Its a really good book.  Nothing I have ever baked from it has been a du...

Lizi's Granola Scones

on Apr 19, 2018

 This coming Monday will be Saint George's Day.  All of the beautiful countries in the United Kingdom have a Patron Saint and the Patron Saint of England (where I live) is Saint George! St George's Day was a major feast and national holida...

Chicken & Waffles

on Apr 18, 2018

 Do you remember the Mini-Series that was on the telly a few years back starring Kate Winslet, called Mildred Pierce?  It was a cracker of a series. It was the story of an overprotective, self-sacrificing mother during the Great Depression...

Couscous Salad

on Apr 17, 2018 in: Vegetarian

 We were supposed to go to a Pot Luck lunch today (Tuesday) but we ended up not going because Todd had had a bad night's sleep.  I ended up with a big bowl of this delicious salad, but no worries. I won't mind having it for lunch for a few...

Pizzadillas

on Apr 16, 2018

I have always been a huge pizza fan. My first experience with it was at a highschool Winter Carnival. For one of the events we had a coffeehouse/pizza shop with folk music and people could buy slices of pizza which was made in the schools Home Econom...

 After eating meat free for several weeks now I found myself really craving chicken this weekend.  I went to the shops to buy a roasting chicken. (Who doesn't adore roast chicken.  Not me!) They didn't have any that looked particularly...

 In all truth my favourite flavour of all baked goodies has to be lemon, followed closely by chocolate . . .  I would actually be very hard pressed to choose between the two, but I (hand to heart) have to admit that lemon has a slight edge...