I love Welsh rarebit but changed a little bit. I put bacon and sometime tomatoes on top of the bread and then pour the Welsh rarebit sauce on top! To die for! My friend Heather and her grandpa got me stuck on it. Haven't had it in years.
Cottage pie is a comforting and utterly delicious British recipe. It's easy to make, affordable and freezes beautifully! Add in some frozen peas and carrots to the beef mixture before topping with the mashed potatoes.
Homemade Jammie Dodgers by Giraffes Can Bake - Buttery shortbread cookies sandwiched with homemade Strawberry Jam. The classic British snack, beloved by the Eleventh Doctor. Britain's answer to the Linzer Cookie (Homemade Bake Desserts)
The very soup reputed to have built the British Empire and one that was oh-so-fashionable in Victorian and Edwardian times! This soup was served daily, until recently, in the dining cars of British Rail. This classic hearty soup was also very popular at the castle (Windsor) in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Queen Victoria was particularly fond of it, and it regularly appeared on state banquet menus. However, this recipe has not had very good press over recent years - drab…
Dublin Coddle - a traditional Irish dish made with potatoes, sausage, and bacon then slow cooked in a delicious stew.
Use up day-old buns and bread in these famous Southern German dumplings, and enjoy a versatile side dish with any savory meal – at Oktoberfest, and beyond! This is a great way to add some Bavarian flair to your menu. Find the recipe here:
Great British Bake Off's scrumptious recipes for pies and pastries
Salt 'n' peppered sausage rolls The perfect picnic or party food, sausage rolls are incredibly easy to make, especially when using bought puff pastry. The-Great-British-Bake-s-scrumptious-recipes-Seven-savoury-pies-pastries-simply-try
How can you have a Prime Rib dinner without the traditional accompaniment, Yorkshire Pudding? This Yorkshire Pudding Recipe makes poofy, airy pastry popovers! The pancake-thin like batter and the beef fat from cooking the Prime…