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It’s that time of year again! Burns Night is approaching! A night to celebrate the works of Scottish poet Robert Burns; but for most of the people I know, it is a night for drinking. Last year I made a … Continue reading
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Do you know what they only thing better than chocolate is? Warm Chocolate! (brownies fresh out of the oven, hot cocoa, hot fudge) Are you still going to argue with me about this? So with the approach of Valentine’s Day, … Continue reading
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I bet all of you States-side were expecting a picture of pancakes! Over here a flapjack is a very similar to a chewy granola bar. They are commonly found under a cake stand at checkout in coffee houses or wrapped … Continue reading
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Happy Meatless Monday! (You don’t have to make this on a Monday exclusively. And if you really want meat I think prosciutto would complement the flavors well.) Moving to the UK I did have some stereotypes about the food. Not … Continue reading
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Keeping a batch of these in the freezer means makes having a hot breakfast much easier, particularly on days when you know that lunch might not be until later and need a more substantial meal than a granola bar. There … Continue reading
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We have had fantastic weather this summer in Yorkshire. Best summer in the last six years. I know this not because I have lived here long, but because British people love to talk about the weather (in queue at the … Continue reading
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We arrived in the UK several weeks before most of our belongings; and while we were in a long-term stay hotel there was no problem. However, once we signed a rental agreement we had to move in there, we were … Continue reading