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A Slice of Tradition: Wedding Cakes Around the World

There’s all the reason in the world to round out your reception with a wedding cake. It’s delicious, photogenic, traditional, and lucky, since it’s a fertility symbol (wheat, the basis of most flour...

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London 1st time w 17 & 15 yr. old over XMAS. Need some help...

by fabeneag 2 years ago

Taking the family across the pond for XMAS break. Wife & I have never been to London and kids have never been to Europe. Staying at May Fair Hotel. We have 5 nights in the city and I'm one of those...

Chowhound Locations Matching World Map Structure

The Chowhound Team
by The Chowhound Team 2 years ago

Last week, we launched a feature that allows you to add places to your Chowhound discussions—new and old—posted on Restaurants & Bars and Chain Restaurants worldwide on Desktop https://www.chowhoun...

Social Eating House - Social Yes, Eating NOT so much

OC Mutt
by OC Mutt 2 years ago

Social Eating House has a Michelin Star. I cannot figure out why. First the good - the atmosphere is wonderful. It's super cool, beautiful and yet has those authentic edges that make a truly gre...

A belated hello from Cornwall, England

by Newlyn_Tinning 2 years ago

Hi all. As you may of seen, this is not my first post, but after trawling the site for the last few days & not finding a specific section to say hello, I thought I would do it here. Hope this is ...

Tin Lined Copper Cookware. Health Effects & Benefits.

by Newlyn_Tinning 3 years ago

Here's a study on tin that may interest all you tin lined copper cookware lovers or those thinking of making the move on to these world class, fine cooking implements that have been employed since ...

Where to get copper pot re-tinned in London?

by ellesters 10 years ago

I just bought a fabulous heavy copper sauteuse from Ebay that has seen a lot of wear and needs re-tinning. Can't find a listing for anywhere in London other than Divertimenti (which I am assuming...

Honeymoon diner June 2011 - In London

by Dapuma 10 years ago

Hello, AZ USA CH'r and was hoping to get some advice here. Going to be going to London - Paris - Amsterdam for the honeymoon and want to do one incredible dinner in each city. Since we are going ...

Recommendations for Plymouth [UK]?

by waldrons 3 years ago

I'll be in Plymouth next week, and am wondering if anyone has any restaurant recommendations there? Thanks in advance.

London dining

by macdog 3 years ago

We're off to London in September and excited to eat at our old favorites and try some new spots. We arrive at 8pm (day flight from NYC) and last year we got to Barrafina's on Drury lane for a late ...

First time in London for a few days, a few rec'd restaurants?

by waylo 3 years ago

My wife and I will be visiting London in November. It's our first visit and we'll be in town for only 3-4 days. Much of that time will be spent doing the new tourist thing with tours, museums, et...

Southern Scotland, especially Glasgow

by LulusMom 7 years ago

Hi, We'll be touring southern Scotland with Glasgow as our base next month. My husband knows Glasgow well since he does work there about 4-5 times a year. I'd like to surprise him with something ne...

Where to Book a Hotel for Easy Access to Great Restaurants

by Indy 67 3 years ago

I know we won't be setting any sort of record, but our Summer 2018 trip to Scotland and London will be our fourth trip to London in five years. Previously, we had enough touring to do in specific n...

Midlands desperation

by mr_gimlet 3 years ago

So I did do a search for stuff in Leicestershire/ the Midlands and mainly found a thread talking about the culinary desert that appears to be Coventry. I have a worse problem - Kettering, the Tatto...

London dinner

by NolaLeslie 3 years ago

Party of 8 casual dinner in London; staying at the Ham Yard Hotel; thinking of Hedden Street kitchen, but seems to have mixed reviews; any recs appreciated

What does an American in Scotland miss?

by LulusMom 3 years ago

I have a friend who is spending the year in Edinburgh. She has already mentioned that she misses Saltines and chocolate chips, so I thought I would send her a care package. I'd like to surprise her...

World equivalent of UK "red chillies" and "green chillies"

by antihawk 3 years ago

Hi, all. I'm from the UK. Here, we don't have a large variety of chilli peppers in supermarkets: we have green, red, jalapenos, bird's eye and scotch bonnet chillies, normally. There are obvi...

"Best" 70-Odd Restaurants In London

by DavidT 3 years ago

A list from Country Life magazine covering a wide variety of eating/dining options in London: http://www.countrylife.co.uk/food-drink/the-best-restaurants-in-london-20087 No personal endorsem...

Andouille in the UK?

by Yankunian 13 years ago

I'm an American expat in Lancashire who's dying to make Paul Prudhomme's gumbo recipe, but it just won't be right without the Andouille sausage. Anyone know a place that sells it over here? Either ...

London Street Markets - seating!

by noradailey 3 years ago

The street markets sound like great places to try a variety of ethnic food in London. But is there anyplace to sit with a drink and enjoy this food? I will be staying close to Brick Lane, but plan...