Pudding Tales Part II

This is not actually a Part II. It is a correction thanks to my friend at Life on A Hill.  She correctly points out that I forgot to include Yorkshire pudding in my  recent post on pudding. Indeed,  Yorkshire pudding is almost certainly to be confusing to many Americans.  We have something definitely yummy, popovers, that … Continue reading Pudding Tales Part II

Edible Laws

Since you asked. . .well, you did not. But, you should have!  This is a brief post discussing Onedia's Edible Laws. To be considered edible food must comply with the following: It must not originate from or contain any part the purpose of which is to process or eliminate toxins or waste; It must not … Continue reading Edible Laws

Food Fables and Pudding Tales

There is so much to be written about food in the UK. Most foods are yummy and frequently calorie rich.  Others, in my opinion, defy the Edible Laws  and should not appear on any menu except those dedicated to showcasing historical culinary quirks. Some food items may be confusing to the uninitiated American and downright humorous … Continue reading Food Fables and Pudding Tales