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For many British expats, there’s nothing like food to get us waxing lyrical about our childhoods or weeping softly into our expensive, imported favorite tea from home. Just the mention of a Battenburg or Garibaldi brings fond …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on March 19th, 2013
Sure, expats can order the stuff we miss on the Internet, or even find it on sale in the U.S. But my local supermarket prices its British imports at twice to three times what I’d pay back home.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 6th, 2012
From bread and butter to bangers and beer, so much American produce tastes nothing like the goods back home in Blighty.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on May 22nd, 2012
In the third part of Anglophenia’s 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 …