Full English Breakfast — chillijoncarnecooks

There are some dishes that are synonymously associated with british culture and cuisine, the roast dinner, Yorkshire puddings, fish and chips, sausage and mash. And of course the full english breakfast. No other country can replicate the english breakfast, the sausages and bacon just aren’t the same. It’s not a hard thing to cook, its […]…

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Crunchy Thai Cashew Salad

The undeniable simplicity of this salad is astounding! The crunchy astringent taste of cucumbers, the sweet crisp edge of carrots, cashews and red peppers, the pungent, licorice notes of  cilantro and basil and the spicy, salty, sweet and sourness of lime, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and chili produces a memorable flavor explosion that you…

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Celebrate Leap Day with Toad in the Hole & British Onion Gravy

Serves 4-6 It’s believed that Toad in the Hole, a traditional English dish consisting of plump, juicy sausages nestled and baked in Yorkshire pudding batter, actually goes back to Roman times. However, the origin of the name “Toad-in-the-Hole” is often disputed. Some suggest that the dish’s name comes from its resemblance to a toad sticking…

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Incredibly Simple Eggs Benedict with Easy Blender Hollandaise

On this National Eggs Benedict day I offer you a simple Eggs Benedict recipe for beginner’s. You will find yourself using it as you advance to any cooking level…promise! This version of the highly adored (well, I adore it) classic Eggs Benedict recipe is virtually ready in minutes without all of the once feared preparation….

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English Creamed Garden Peas with Red & Purple Potatoes

New red and purple potatoes and peas are treated to a warm, delectable, creamy sauce for this extraordinary, colorful side dish which makes a stunning statement on any table; holiday or everyday. Perfect alongside Easter roasts or ham. Amazingly delicious! Ingredients 2 pounds small red and purple potatoes, quartered 3 cups fresh or frozen peas…

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By Royal Command: A Traditional Serving at Buckingham Palace

“By Royal Command” by Ken Bayliss Co-Author of the “Once Upon a Spice” and “A Time for Food” Cookbooks What does a chef do in Buckingham Palace?  Well, it ain’t Downton, that’s for sure. Though unlike commercial establishments, it does have predictability, as they say in a recent advert for a sous chef. Of course…

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Scones; Fit for Royalty & Not Just a Plain Old Biscuit

Ahhhh, Lovely Scones! Biscuits, as we American’s know them, but sweet and light with a crisp exterior and soft, flaky interior—quite enjoyable. These buttery, mouth-watering delicacies can be eaten alone or, more traditionally, served with tea, jam and clotted cream, just as the British. Scones have gone through centuries of ovens, the first declaration in…

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