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.



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I wanted to tell you about a new online marketplace where ‘good food’ is more than just a label.  It is called Caprera.‘Finest’, ‘Extra Special’, ‘Taste the Difference’. Is a clever label all it takes to convince us about the qua...

This is a delicious dish that I like to make every now and again. Todd really loves it, but then again he is somewhat of a pie man.  I like to make my own pies and whilst this isn't like your traditional type of pie, it is still very satisfying...

Lamb and Damson Stew

on Sep 25, 2016 in: Fruit

Here in the Western world putting fruit in with meat isn't something which we do very often . . .  however having said that we do like our pork with applesauce and our cranberry sauce with turkey . . .  but fruit in a stew, its not a really...

Peanut Butter Cake 4 One

on Sep 24, 2016 in: Cakes

It's been almost a year since I was diagnosed as a Type 2 Diabetic and I would be lying to you if I didn't say that it has been a real struggle.  Coping with this along with Diverticulitis, IBS and other health issues means that putting anything...

Cherry Kuchen

on Sep 23, 2016 in: Cakes, Fruit

They have some lovely frozen cherries at the grocery shops and I often pick up a pack and stick them in the freezer so that I can bake a pie or something when the mood strikes.  The other day I decided to bake a delicious Cherry Kuchen with some...

Indian Made Easy

on Sep 23, 2016

One type of food that I have really come to adore since moving over here to the UK is Indian Food.  It is a type of food which I had had a very limited experience with prior to that.  Back when I was a much younger woman I had a British fri...

I am a person that really loves vegetables. I always have done, and none more so than those in the brassica family . . . cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower . . .I think of them all cauliflower is my absolute favourite. All white and tasty, I love it ra...