Christmas pudding is a rich, fruity, seasonal British dessert. This page looks at some delicious and often unusual recipes for using up Christmas pudding leftovers in the days after the main event.
The Cornish are very proud of their Cornish Pasties and keeping them genuine and authentic is a constant battle. Discover for yourself the joy of a real, genuine Cornish pasty - a simple pasty recipe
Can't get haggis to serve at your Burns Supper? Don't like haggis? This page explores authentic Scottish alternatives to haggis which you may wish to serve to your guests at your Burns Supper.
Haggis is widely associated with Scotland and particularly Burns Supper celebrations. This page looks at what haggis is and provides several delicious, alternative recipes for serving haggis.
If you can make meatloaf - you can make your own homemade English Bangers; there's really nothing to it. Here's an easy recipe with clear instructions.
Scotland is an abundant source of food such as venison, beef and seafood. It is possible to trace the history of food in Scotland to get an idea of how people lived.
An Ulster Fry is the variation of the British fried breakfast which is prepared in Northern Ireland. This page provides a recipe and cooking instructions for the various component ingredients.
A traditional dinner that can be served in more ways than one. What does your Sunday dinner consist of? Here's some examples of what people percieve as the 'perfect Sunday roast'.
Mince and tatties is a long-standing, classic Scottish dish. The mince and tatties recipes on this page are about looking at how the dish can be developed in a number of different and tasty ways.
Scotch eggs actually refer to a cooking method rather than any Scottish origins but haggis is still a tasty way of transforming these treats. A duck egg is also used here for a bit of extra variety.
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