The english kitchen recipes

My Kitchen Cookbooks: Mary Berry’s Baking Bible

My Kitchen Cookbooks: Mary Berry’s Baking Bible

I really had no hesitation choosing Mary Berry’s Baking Bible as my next book to feature in ‘My kitchen cookbooks’, the section of my blog dedicated to reviewing my ever growing collection of cookbooks
English breakfast bangers..

English breakfast bangers..

This slow Sunday sausage cooking fills the kitchen with dreamy wafts of loveliness. Happy Father’s Day to all
English Lavender Buttermilk Scones

English Lavender Buttermilk Scones

There is nothing more beautiful, both to look at and to smell than gorgeous English Lavender. Down in Norfolk they have fields and fields of the stuff
English Muffins

English Muffins

Certainly you can buy ready made English muffins at the supermarket, but if you make them fresh at home, you will never go back
Jar Kitchen

Jar Kitchen

Drinks wise, I chinned a negroni on arrival before moving on to trying an interesting selection of wines from the short list, including an excellent English sparkling wine, of which there are far too few on restaurant menus
Kitchen Bites #5 The CookBook Edition!

Kitchen Bites #5 The CookBook Edition!

Lizzie is of half Chinese and half English parents and grew up in Hong Kong. This month has been a little crazy in the Foodie Couple Kitchen and we have been overwhelmed with new cookbooks to try (and the odd bargain that I’ve found along the way
American English for Foodies

American English for Foodies

Thankfully all the French culinary terms I was vaguely already aware of – which are the pillars of chef technique – are the same in Frenglish as they are in Framerican
Recipe: English Garden Cocktail

Recipe: English Garden Cocktail

This English Garden Cocktail comes from their collection of one-unit cocktails, perfect for those who are trying not to go overboard after “Dry January’ (like us
English Breakfast Noodles Bento Lunch Box!

English Breakfast Noodles Bento Lunch Box!

Another mini revelation in the kitchen for me has been a very interesting product made in Poland. Stick some boiling water on ‘em, add the sachet of “chicken” or “beef” and they’re done
CinS Kitchen Hack #7 – Rolling Dough in Plastic Wrap

CinS Kitchen Hack #7 – Rolling Dough in Plastic Wrap

AND, the only way to roll dough out easily is to use a ton of flour, which I think can affect the taste of the dough sometimes, not to mention require the entire cast of Merry Maids to clean the kitchen afterward—plus a putty knife and a chisel—what with all that dough sticking to the counter and flour EV-ER-Y-WHERE and stuck under every fingernail until next Christmas, I could almost hyperventilate just thinking about it and I AM NOT a neat freak