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{1} Aachener Printen {1} Aachener Printen By LondonEats 11/14/11 22:47 Why does this post start with a number? Well, it has reached that time of year again…Christmas is around the corner, and this year I’ve decided to take on the challenge of making the “12 goodies of Christmas”. I’ve veered … Continue reading →
Scottish Food: Smiddy Dumpling Scottish Food: Smiddy Dumpling By LondonEats 07/24/11 23:30 Today we are revisiting Scotland’s culinary heritage again. This is a recipe sent to me by my friend Sarah (who previously very kindly shared a family recipe for Belgian Loaf). It has come via her family located north of Inverness, … Continue reading →...
Scottish food: Shortbread, the National Biscuit Scottish food: Shortbread, the National Biscuit By LondonEats 01/24/11 21:29 Ah, tomorrow is 25 January, Burns Night! To mark the event, what could be more fitting than the classic Scottish biscuit, shortbread? Just butter, sugar and flour, but combined and baked, they turn into something meltingly delicious, buttery, sweet and...
Marvposteier (Norwegian Almond Tarts) Marvposteier (Norwegian Almond Tarts) By LondonEats 05/16/11 13:57 Hey hey, it’s almost the 17th May – and that’s Norwegian National Day. It’s on this day that the people of Norway like to let you know that they are very, very proud of being Norwegian, rather than Swedish or … Continue reading →
Boterkoek (Dutch Butter Cake) for Koninginnedag Boterkoek (Dutch Butter Cake) for Koninginnedag By LondonEats 04/30/11 09:45 Whew! We’ve just had all the excitement of the Royal Wedding in London (congrats to Wills and Kate!), so now we look across the water to the Netherlands. Yes, we are celebrating Koninginnedag, the official birthday of Queen Beatrix. And … Continue reading...
Oh, mon amour! Macarons à la framboise Oh, mon amour! Macarons à la framboise By LondonEats 02/11/11 10:51 You remember I said that I wanted to something a little bit different for Valentine’s Day? Well, I did it with the beetroot risotto, so now let’s balance that by going all traditional. I whipped up a batch of very … Continue reading →
Recipe Challenge: White Christmas Recipe Challenge: White Christmas By LondonEats 12/05/11 12:03 We all love a good challenge! So here is a chance to try one! I am one of the judges in the December Challenge at Very Good Recipes where the theme is “White Christmas”. To kick things off, all the … Continue reading →
Split Pea and Lentil Soup Split Pea and Lentil Soup By LondonEats 05/26/11 18:34 Oh, we had a shocker of a cold day recently. It has been great – warm and sunny – then wham! It gets nippy and you remember the unpredictability of living in London. So…I rooted around in the cupboard and … Continue reading →
Pistachio and Honey Baklava Pistachio and Honey Baklava By LondonEats 10/14/11 11:53 At the weekend, there was a very special celebration lunch. It was in honour of one of my friends, who was awarded an OBE, and we were round at her house to enjoy good food and great company. We also got … Continue reading →
Dammsugare Dammsugare By LondonEats 08/22/11 22:26 Dammsugare. It’s Swedish for “vacuum cleaner”. Really, over in Sweden, in old Stockholm town, they really do have a cake named after a household appliance. Unsurprisingly, there are a couple of theories about how these things came to have such … Continue...
London Currant Tart London Currant Tart By LondonEats 06/16/11 09:50 A while ago, I did a post about Scotland’s famous Ecclefechan Butter Tart. Today, I’ve done a bit of a variation on a theme. In place of the mixed dried fruit and nuts, it’s just currants, currants, currants, all enrobed in … Continue reading →
Scottish food: Oatcakes Scottish food: Oatcakes By LondonEats 01/21/11 12:33 Do you do superfoods? Every week, it seems like there is something that we should all be eating by the bucket-load to ensure we are all in tip-top-shape. Blueberries, spinach, grapefruit, pumpkin seeds, wheatgrass, cranberries, magic hocus-pocus desert...
{5} Lussekatter {5} Lussekatter By LondonEats 12/10/11 00:49 On the fifth day of Christmas…this cook began to make…Swedish saffron buns! (Sing it to the theme of the Twelve Days of Christmas – it works!) Lussekatter are typically eaten in Sweden for St Lucia on 13 December. This is … Continue reading →
Sour Cream and Cinnamon Swirl Cake Sour Cream and Cinnamon Swirl Cake By LondonEats 07/14/11 21:37 Ah, it’s Bastille Day. I should be making macarons, financiers or something with camembert in it. But I’m not… I am a total cinnamon nut. I love it in biscuits, muffins, doughnuts, cakes, pastries, chocolate…you name it, and I will … Continue reading →...
Oh, mon amour! Risotto aux betteraves rouges Oh, mon amour! Risotto aux betteraves rouges By LondonEats 02/08/11 15:39 Ah, ’tis nearly Valentine’s day! Blink, and you might miss it. Seem like only yesterday that all the Christmas decorations were up(*) but the local stores are already awash with chocolate Easter eggs. I am constantly amused how you can … Continue reading...
Irish Soda Bread Irish Soda Bread By LondonEats 06/07/11 01:28 You wake up, and realise several things. Firstly, there is no bread in the house. Second, you forgot to set the bread maker the night before. Third, in spite of your best efforts, you can’t find any bread or bagels … Continue reading →
Scottish Food: Macaroon Bars Scottish Food: Macaroon Bars By LondonEats 10/23/11 22:28 The elegant arcades of Paris are dotted with pâtisseries selling dainty maracons in vibrant colours and all manner of exotic flavours. All very sophisticated and famous the world over. Well, today I present one of Scotland’s national sweets: the macaroon...
Good Morning! Buckwheat Pancakes Good Morning! Buckwheat Pancakes By LondonEats 09/01/11 00:23 I’ve had a bit of a thing for buckwheat for a while. It’s a versatile little grain that lends itself to being used whole in salads, but it also makes for delicious pancakes, and these are they. So this is … Continue reading →
Maple-Glazed Pear Tart Maple-Glazed Pear Tart By LondonEats 06/02/11 18:55 Today’s post is a very simple but delicious dessert I whipped up recently while staying with friends in Brussels. And boy, do I mean simple. For regular readers, this might look rather similar to something I posted last year using … Continue reading →
Endive, Pear, Feta and Pecan Salad Endive, Pear, Feta and Pecan Salad By LondonEats 03/07/11 23:51 I am sitting on the sofa and can see sunlight streaming through the clouds. Might Spring be here? Making a huge leap of faith, I have assumed that the start of March really does mean Spring is actually here, so … Continue reading →
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