Tag Archives: British Food

Haggis: Banned In The U.S.A.

Note: It might be an idea not to read this particular story if you’re having breakfast. Or lunch, for that matter.

Let’s Make Some Hot Cross Buns For Easter

Depending on which calendar you happen to follow, today could very well be Good Friday. And if it is, you may be considering a hot cross bun right now. And if you are, you are in good company.

The Brit List: Five British Desserts With Disgusting Names

Let’s start with the classic, the one everyone knows:

1: Spotted Dick

WATCH: April Bloomfield Shows Us How to Prepare Lamb Chops with Chimichurri

In the third part of our series profiling British chefs in New York – see our previous installments with Nobu’s Matt Hoyle and Chip Shop’s Chris Sell – culinary rock star April Bloomfield shows us how to wield a ...

What’s Your Favorite British Comfort Food? ‘No Kitchen Required’ Host Shini Somara Lists Her Picks

When it comes to comfort cuisine, few do it better than the British, with their rich, starchy stews and puddings; hearty meat dishes; succulent sausages; and, of course, the abundance of sweet and savory items fried and flecked with ...

What is British Cuisine? ‘No Kitchen Required’ Chef Michael Psilakis Gives His Take

If you had to describe British food to someone who’s never sampled fish ‘n’ chips (with vinegar and mushy peas, natch!) or luxuriated in a fine English breakfast, how would you do it?

Most Misunderstood British Dish? ‘No Kitchen Required’ Chef Madison Cowan Responds

Anglophenia’s Paul Hechinger sought to debunk five myths about British food earlier, but which UK dish gets the most unearned grief from the squeamish?

Five Myths About British Food

With BBC America’s new adventure cooking series No Kitchen Required (premiering Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c) whisking three chefs off to far-flung locales to master native dishes, Anglophenia’s taking a fresh look at British ...

Gallery: A New Year’s Guide to British Booze

Fancy a Bit of BFC (British Fried Chicken)?

by Paul Hechinger