Sunday, September 30, 2007

British Food Fortnight

Thought I'd link to the recipe page in the event that anyone has a hankering for nettle soup or ox kidney pudding.

Some of the apple crumble recipes sound OK.

In fairness, British cuisine isn't nearly as awful as it used to be. Many of the traditional dishes have been re-worked for modern tastes and really, if you don't ask what's in the black pudding, you might actually enjoy it.

On my last visit, I was pleased to note that the tendency to cook vegetables beyond recognition has been been disappearing. Cauliflower is still baked to death beneath a sea of cheese, but other varieties of veg have fared better in recent years.

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