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British puddings, shredded beef suet in Montreal?

by Jeanfrancoisfournier 30 days ago

For years, I've done my own Christmas puddings, British steamed sponges and mincemeat from the same Maple Leaf brand ...


sr44 commented 25 days ago

What is "it" in "gin and it"?

by Marsha 11 years ago

I have often read in my British detective novels that people would order "gin and it" and I have never been able to f...


stevewi commented 27 days ago

HP brown sauce... is A-1 sauce the same thing?

by Firegoat 10 years ago I've never found brown sauce here in the midwest, but a friend from England ...


CTBarbarin commented 1 month ago

Fruitcake: which fruits? which liquors?

by vjb 2 months ago

I want to make a fruitcake like the kind made by a friend's aunt, who, though from Trinidad, threw her family's recip...


medlar commented 2 months ago

British Bacon and Sausages

by dtm323 2 years ago

Where can I order real traditional highest-quality British meat, especially bacon and sausages? Thanks in advance!


benbenberi commented 6 months ago

USA heavy cream vs UK double cream

by BevRS 6 years ago

I am British but sometimes spend a few weeks in the US. All I can get in stores there is "heavy cream" which is heat...


MacGuffin commented 8 months ago

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Cooking from Rachel Roddy's 'A kitchen in Rome'

by damiano 10 months ago

This is the thread for reporting on dishes you cook from Rachel Roddy's blog in The Guardian, A KITCHEN IN ROME. Or f...

May 2015 COTM: EAT, Chapters 8-11, pp. 321-413

by MelMM 3 years ago

Use this thread to post about cooking from EAT, chapters 8 - 11 Under a Crust - pp. 321-337 In a Wok - pp. 339-35...


EllenCooks commented 11 months ago

British Food Products in Asheville

by dkreisel 12 months ago

Does anyone know where to find British imported products such as golden syrup, black treacle, double cream, custard p...


concordcourtney commented 12 months ago

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Jelly Rolls Toronto?

by h2eats 1 year ago

Anyone know where I can find small Jelly Rolls in Toronto/GTA? They are increasingly hard to find each year for trifl...

Where can I find Marmite in Montreal?

by saregama 1 year ago

Staying in the downtown / westmount area. Looking for Marmite jars - the spreadable kind. I see Bovril soup concentra...


saregama commented 1 year ago

British Theme Party Suggestions?

by galka 11 years ago

I am planning a graduation party where the food will be grouped by foods from some of my favorite places, (France, Ru...


monty00 commented 1 year ago

Dessert Boiled in a Cloth?

by NShewmaker 2 years ago

Hey Everyone, This is going to sound ridiculous (and by that I mean stupid), but about 6 months ago I watched a vi...


sr44 commented 1 year ago

Teenager's First Trip to London - Restaurant Advice

by vlfrance 3 years ago

This is the first trip for our 17 year old outside of the country. He is a budding foodie. I'd like advice on...


Santarako commented 1 year ago

Elusive Cheese

by Kenellen 2 years ago

Does anyone know of a retail source of Cheshire Cheese in or near San Francisco.


chocolatetartguy commented 2 years ago

An English Christmas

by Foxeyblue 2 years ago

For anyone who wonders what people do in England over Christmas I wrote it up as part of a comment on the Homecooking...


Bkeats commented 2 years ago

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Pasty Shack | East Sacramento

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by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

On my rounds of East Sac last month, I stopped by the Pasty Shack before heading home. I got one of the Cornish and b...

South African/ British style meat Pies in Sarasota

by ezpiez 8 years ago

We have a new Pie Shop in Sarasota specialising in meat pies in a "puff" pastry pocket. A great easy and quick meal...


johnsizer commented 2 years ago

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