Traditional Scottish Tattie Scones recipe

Scottish Tattie (Potato) Scones Recipe

What is a Full Breakfast and what are the differences in an Irish, Scottish, Ulster, English, and Welsh Fry-Up.

What Do You Think Is In a Full English Breakfast? Find Out Here.

What is a Full Breakfast and what are the differences in an Irish, Scottish, Ulster, English, and Welsh Fry-Up.

A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

Very Berry Scones

A twist on the traditional fruit scone recipe, jam packed full of dried cranberries, blueberries and cherries.

British breakfasts infographic.  The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

British breakfasts infographic. The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

You don't have to be Welsh to enjoy Welsh Cakes! They are incredibly easy to make and if you don’t have a traditional griddle, then a heavy cast iron frying pan can be used instead.

Welsh cakes

You don't have to be Welsh to enjoy Welsh Cakes! They are incredibly easy to make and if you don’t have a traditional griddle, then a heavy cast iron frying pan can be used instead.

Chorley Cakes are very similar to other regional cakes such as Eccles Cakes, Banbury Cakes and Hot Cross Buns (in as much as they were a sweet pastry combined with dried fruit) and traditionally were baked for religious festivals. Chorley cakes are flattened, currant-filled cakes made with unsweetened shortcrust pastry and associated with the town of Chorley in Lancashire. Significantly less sweet than Eccles cake, and commonly eaten with butter and a slice of Lancashire cheese.

Chorley Cakes are very similar to other regional cakes such as Eccles Cakes, Banbury Cakes and Hot Cross Buns (in as much as they were a sweet pastry combined with dried fruit) and traditionally were baked for religious festivals. Chorley cakes are flattened, currant-filled cakes made with unsweetened shortcrust pastry and associated with the town of Chorley in Lancashire. Significantly less sweet than Eccles cake, and commonly eaten with butter and a slice of Lancashire cheese.

Welsh Cakes

Welsh Cakes

Perfectly buttery Welsh Cakes, packed with spices and raisins, and dusted with caster sugar. These are best enjoyed warm off the griddle.

Parmesan Lavash Chips with Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network

Parmesan Lavash Chips with Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip

Parmesan Lavash Chips with Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network

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