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Diamond Jubilee: Queen Cakes Diamond Jubilee: Queen Cakes By LondonEats 05/28/12 23:40 Today’s regal bake-fest involves dainty little morsels called Queen Cakes. In spite of their very grand-sounding name, they are actually rather simple, and they are the perfect addition to an afternoon tea spread or to serve at a street party. … Continue...
Diamond Jubilee: Edinburgh Tart Diamond Jubilee: Edinburgh Tart By LondonEats 05/24/12 23:33 For most of us, the Queen has always been the Queen. Always there, changing only very slowly. Stability. Certainty. Continuity. However, while it may at times seem hard to believe, the Queen has not always been the Queen. Back in … Continue reading →
Kürbiskernaufstrich (Pumpkin Oil Spead) Kürbiskernaufstrich (Pumpkin Oil Spead) By LondonEats 05/07/12 23:32 Now that is a tongue twister! But more than that, it is something very simple and very delicious from Austria. We all know Vienna is famous for its cakes and pastries served in the grand cafés, but the region of … Continue reading →
Koninginnedag: Ontbijtkoek Koninginnedag: Ontbijtkoek By LondonEats 04/30/12 15:08 I’ve already featured a fancy recipe if you’re in the mood to celebrate Dutch Queen’s Day, so today I’ve gone to the other end of the spectrum and made something super-easy. It’s called ontbijtkoek which literally means “breakfast cake”. You … Continue...
Liebster Blog Award Liebster Blog Award By LondonEats 04/16/12 00:54 Oh, I’ve been a little bit naughty – so many ideas about things to blog about, but in the midst of all that, I’ve gotten a little behind on my comments. I really appreciate it when people comment, and I … Continue reading →
Caraway Biscuits Caraway Biscuits By LondonEats 03/12/12 23:04 Many, many moons ago I saw a recipe by Heston Blumenthal as part of his “In Search of Perfection” series for making caraway biscuits. My firm intention to make these biscuits was triggered by my fondness for caraway. I think … Continue reading →
Welsh Cakes Welsh Cakes By LondonEats 02/24/12 00:11 I realised recently that I don’t know many recipes that originate in Wales. I’ve done English, Scottish, Irish…even Icelandic. But no Wales, as yet. So here you go – Welsh Cakes! In the interests of full disclosure, I have to … Continue reading →
Chocolate Bark Chocolate Bark By LondonEats 01/14/12 17:37 All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. So if I were to just drone on about bean-based cooking, I people would rapidly start to switch off, and we can’t have that now, can we? So today I’ve … Continue reading →
Spicy Lentils with Mint and Goat Cheese Spicy Lentils with Mint and Goat Cheese By LondonEats 01/11/12 00:44 I’m still in the post-Christmas health kick phase. There has been lots of walking instead of taking the bus, “body attack” classes at the gym, and I’m still sticking with my attempt to cook lots of healthy dishes based on … Continue reading →
{9} Kerstkransjes {9} Kerstkransjes By LondonEats 12/17/11 22:31 Oh my…I remember when I embarked on my endeavour to do 12 festive goodies. It was the middle of November, I had loads of time and dozens of ideas. And, of course, I now realise that I didn’t know quite … Continue reading →
Halloween ii: Treacle Scones Halloween ii: Treacle Scones By LondonEats 10/30/11 20:38 Like anything Halloween-themed, there needs to be a sequel! So today, I’ve been thinking about Halloween traditions – what are yours? Dressing up as a cat, a skeleton, a sexy shepherdess (yes, I have seen “Little Ho Peep” offered in … Continue reading →...
Spiced Plum Compote Spiced Plum Compote By LondonEats 10/08/11 17:59 A few days ago, it was baking hot outside – 30° here in London – but as we all knew, it was not going to last. We had hot days and warm evenings, but the mornings were crisp and cool. … Continue reading →
What to do with windfall pears What to do with windfall pears By LondonEats 08/13/11 14:06 Last Saturday, I peeked out the window, and the lady downstairs said I could have a bag of windfall pears – if I wanted them. There were about five on the garden table, with an open offer to get as … Continue reading →
Strawberry Jam Strawberry Jam By LondonEats 08/08/11 18:51 On a wet, gloomy summer day when you have a couple of hours to kill, what could be more fitting that taking that most ephemeral of summer joys, the ripe strawberry, and making jam? Then you can enjoy the flavour … Continue reading →
Summer Pudding Summer Pudding By LondonEats 07/28/11 23:12 Summer in Britain means an abundance of soft fruit, and this year has been a bit of a bumper crop. I just spent the weekend back at the family ranch (note: not an actual ranch) up in Scotland, and the garden … Continue reading →
Dream a little dream Dream a little dream By LondonEats 07/10/11 22:50 As you may have worked out by now, I have a bit of a thing for Scandinavian food, so I have turned my hand to making a Swedish specialty called drömmar (droo-mar). The name translates as “dreams”. As you would … Continue reading →
Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte By LondonEats 07/06/11 23:19 I’m not going to write very much today… …instead, I’ll just tell you a little about this Wickedly Sinful Chocolate Torte and let your imagination and the pictures do the rest: it is made from layers of chewy meringue made … Continue reading →
Creamy Baked Fennel Creamy Baked Fennel By LondonEats 06/25/11 19:30 Fennel is a funny old vegetable. I like its aromatic, aniseed-like qualities, but this also means that I’m often at a bit of a loose end about what to do with it. My normal fall-back position with vegetables is to … Continue reading →
Rock On Rock On By LondonEats 06/19/11 22:17 If you grew up in Britain, then you surely remember rock buns? This is a recipe that I remember from years ago. It’s got a bit of a retro feel to it, but that fits right in to all the … Continue reading →
Holiday Time – the Island of Mallorca Holiday Time – the Island of Mallorca By LondonEats 05/04/11 22:15 Ah, we’re just finished what seemed like back-to-back public holidays, so of course, that meant that it was also time for a bit of a getaway. I left London behind (with the intention to return in time for the Royal … Continue reading →
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