Category: British

  • Oatcakes


    Let me give you a definition for oats: “A grain, which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people.”-Samuel Johnson-18th-century poet.  Once a horse food nowadays oats are part of every healthy diet around the world. So let me give you a recipe of how to make them with no […]

  • Pork Chops with Cranberry-Apple Chutney

    Pork Chops with Cranberry-Apple Chutney

    Pork Chops with Cranberry-Apple Chutney This recipe first came about for use with trout. Trout is actually my favorite meat to use this recipe with. I’d never tried this recipe with pork chops until now, and am very happy with the results, but if you don’t eat pork, you can still use this recipe, as […]

  • Tuna with Citrus Butter

    Tuna with Citrus Butter

    A member of the mackerel family, tuna are mainly found in the world’s warmer oceans. They can grow to a huge size (up to 700kg) and their meaty flesh is distinctively flaky and firm with a rich, strong flavour, the consequence of its comparatively high oil content. Tuna is mainly sold as steaks. It dries […]

  • Salmon Kedgeree

    Salmon Kedgeree

    Kedgeree is an Anglo- Indian dish that was created during the Empire – like Coronation Chicken, Mulligatawny soup, and chutneys. It makes a small quantity of fish go a long way and can be kept warm on a hot plate making it ideal for a hot main course as part of a buffet selection. The […]

  • Warm Goat Cheese Salad

    Warm Goat Cheese Salad

    We love when you -inspired by us- are creating new recipes.We love when you after that are sending those recipes to us.We love publishing  your recipes on our web page.As simple as that. Today we’ve got this wonderful recipe from one of our loyal fans Mr Artur de Woroncow-Wojtkowicz -warm goats cheese salad,or to make […]

  • Cauliflower “Steaks”

    Cauliflower “Steaks”

    This is an amazing first course or side dish. Roasted slabs of cauliflower topped off with a tomato olive type salsa. I read about this technique in an older issue of Bon Appetit Magazine. Taking a whole head of cauliflower, peel off the outer leaves, standing it on its core end and cutting slabs from […]

  • Apple Tart

    Apple Tart

    Who says British food is bland and boring? If you’ve ever tasted in the morning apple tart with vanilla (or cinnamon) ice cream,well, then you know the fallacy of that statement. If you want to make a very quick (and yummy) apple tart ,look no farther than the freezer section of your grocery store- Tesco […]