Articles Tagged 'Welsh'

The Welsh Flag

25 Welsh Sayings To Live By

What it is, right… To judge by popular culture alone—Gavin & Stacey, I am looking at you—the Welsh are presented as a largely cheery nation, fond of the rugby and the ale, with a few linguistic peculiarities that are all charm and whimsy, like “Whose boots are those shoes?” “Now in a minute” and “What […]

Welsh Rarebit

Welsh Rarebit Day: What Exactly is a ‘Rarebit’?

By rights, every day should be Welsh rarebit day. Hot bread plus hot cheese is an eternally winning combination: a conclusion that is apparently shared by every short order chef in every diner everywhere (providing they can throw a bit of meat in from time to time). But if we are going to spend a […]

Bangers and Mash

10 British Things About Pittsburgh, PA

Named after 18th Century U.K. Prime Minister William Pitt, 1766-1778, Pittsburgh, PA has more to offer than steel and bridges. Check out British events and organizations in Pittsburgh: 1. Piper’s Pub Piper’s Pub, located at 1828 East Carson Street, offers a “taste of the British isles” with traditional dishes like bangers and mash (pictured), scotch eggs, […]


10 British Things About Houston, TX

With Houston, TX being the fourth largest city in the U.S. there’s a nice mix of people and lots to do. Let’s take a peek at Houston’s British offerings: 1. Scottish Stained Glass Scottish Stained Glass offers a wide range of designs including but not limited to Celtic knotwork; traditional pieces inspired by the famed […]