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Scotch Eggs, the Leaner Way!

I mentioned this morning that a couple of recipe ideas popped into my head, so off I went to do some experimenting. The ideas were for a healthier version of Scotch Eggs, which I have been thinking about for a while. 291 more words

All of the Gins in Edinburgh

I’ve always enjoyed a good gin and tonic. Refreshing, crisp, and totally encompassing everything that is British summer. But it wasn’t until our little trip to Edinburgh that I truly acknowledged the greatness that is gin. 744 more words

Center Parcs antics

Today started with a quick croissant with butter before grabbing my bike and cycling down to the pool with my family. We went on the most amazing slides and rapids I swear I was nearly crying with laughter at some points. 90 more words

Scotch Eggs with Bacon Dip - No One Notices They are Gluten-Free ;-)

These appetizers are a true pleasure to serve and eat! Scotch Eggs are currently a more well-known treat in the U.K. but are beginning to gain popularity in the U.S.,particularly in Irish Pubs. 509 more words

Food Allergies

Basic Scotch Eggs

My first ever blog is about cooking. I don’t think anybody expected that!

In all the time I have been with my wife I have not been much of a cook, nothing much past jacket potatoes, a bit of cauliflower cheese and I’m sure I managed a cottage pie once but that was perhaps the peak of my culinary achievement. 949 more words


A Traveller's Treat: Making Scotch Eggs

Scotch eggs originated in London, UK in 1738 and are perhaps inspired by the Moghul dish nargisi kofta or “Narcissus meatballs”. These little delicious treats are an ideal traveller’s companion and a common picnic food. 341 more words

La Zizi's Cookbook

English High Tea & Classic Roast Beef with Mini Yorkshire Puds

Week 11 – England

ENGLISH High Tea and Roast Beef with Yorkies

A Brief History of the Mighty Mother Nation – First inhabited in the Early Stone Age making England, one of the oldest nations in the world. 1,583 more words