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Jammie Dodgers

Jammie Dodgers

    “The best aspects of the primary school classroom were the sandbox and the ‘tuck trolley’ that delivered the jam-filled cookies we called Jammie Dodgers at eleven o’clock sharp.” John Taylor, In the Pleasure Groove Deluxe: Love, Death, and Duran Duran “Technically, Brian was not, in fact, a tea boy, but… Read More »Jammie Dodgers

    chicken tikka masala

    Chicken Tikka Masala

      “Chicken Tikka Masala is now a true British national dish, not only because it is the most popular, but because it is a perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts external influences. Chicken Tikka is an Indian dish. The Masala sauce was added to satisfy the desire of… Read More »Chicken Tikka Masala

      Scones

        “Were you busy yesterday, luv?” Mrs. Saltmarsh placed a cup and saucer before her young boarder. The aromas of freshly perked coffee and hot scones filled the breakfast nook. Before he could respond, Mrs. Saltmarsh interjected, “Now try these and see if they aren’t better than the scones from Taggert’s.… Read More »Scones

        Bubble and Squeak

        Bubble and Squeak

          “At home, everyone enjoys a good bubble and squeak. Bit of cold beef, a few sprouts, and some spuds all mashed together and fried up in dripping, and you’ve got yourself a dandy dinner.” Suzanne North, Flying Time “It was definitely cold meat and bubble-and-squeak for Gaffer Ford and his… Read More »Bubble and Squeak

          Leek and Potato Soup

          Leek and Potato Soup

          “Leeks cost more because fewer of them are grown and fewer of them are grown because there is less demand for them. And why is there less demand? Because despite their high price today, they have long been associated with and dismissed as the food of the poor and the… Read More »Leek and Potato Soup