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Welsh Rarebit Rules!

Junk Food Junkie
What’s your biggest junk food weakness? Tell us all about it in its sugary, salty, glory.

Junk Food
Pizza or McDonald’s… 209 more words


Restauranthesis: White Owl, Lower Parel

Mumbai, India

This ‘White Owl’ is perched on quite a landmark branch, the One India Bulls centre, Lower Parel and I hear it hoots not only on in the evenings but also in broad day light.  632 more words


Day 102: Welsh Rarebit

I got home from work later tonight and wasn’t sure which recipe to select from The New Galt Cook Book (1898). Then I noticed this recipe for… 497 more words

St. John Restaurant

nose-to-tail-eating, n. – a philosophy of eating and cooking that involves using every possible part of an animal, thus minimising waste.

Some restaurants are so perfect in concept and immaculate in craft you almost can’t believe they’re real.  867 more words


Team Work and Welsh Rarebit

I am going to be honest. This pregnant lady got sick of cooking with olives. We will blame it on the pregnancy. I feel guilty. I have not kept up with my blog during this pregnancy. 439 more words


Faux Welsh Rarebit....

Most people think Welsh Rarebit is cheese on toast, but it’s a whole lot more than that. It’s a thick cheese sauce made with egg, beer, mustard, worchestershire sauce, flour, and cheese spread on toast then grilled to cook the egg and glaze the hot sauce. 142 more words


St David’s Day Fare: Attempting some classic Welsh dishes

On March 1st, the Welsh celebrate St David’s Day (Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant) – St David being the Patron Saint of Wales.  Daffodils or leeks are worn (or if you’re going the whole hog, traditional Welsh costume), songs are sung and welsh fare is consumed. 860 more words