Unless you originate from, or have visited north Staffordshire in the English Midlands you have probably never heard of a British regional food called the North Staffordshire oatcake.
Forfar bridies could almost be described as Scottish Cornish pasties. This page looks at precisely what Forfar brides are and provides a tasty recipe for making them at home.
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.
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
Pub grub is a huge part of the British food culture. The food types and specific meals served in British pubs have changed drastically over the years but eating home cooked food at the pub is still enjoyed by millions. This page looks at traditional British pub grub as well as its most recent...
Tattie scones are a hugely popular foodstuff in Scotland. They are very simple to make and delicious served fresh or refried with meat. This page provides easy to follow, simple instructions for making delicious tattie scones at home.
An Irish recipe for white fruit soda bread. Easy to make and delicious to eat. A must have recipe for any bread lover. Goes great with a big fat Ulster Fry.
Stovies is a concept devised by the servant classes of Scotland in centuries gone by. This page looks at an easy modern recipe for preparing the dish from scratch.
Yorkshire pudding is a staple for any British Roast Dinner. Made with egg, flour, milk and fat, its fluffy, crispy texture makes it a favorite. How is it made? Where did the recipe originate?
The most popular sausage in Scotland is the Lorne or sliced sausage. The meat is compressed in to large blocks which are then sliced. This page looks at some tasty serving suggestion recipes on rolls.