Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is the day before the first day of Lent (or Ash Wednesday) – exactly forty-seven days in February or March before Easter Sunday arrives. This is the day when many Christians indulge in rich and … Read more
Category Archives: English
We don’t have a rice cooker at home. That was why it was difficult to resist the cast iron pot promotion at the supermarket last December when we chanced upon it.
Nothing beats the smell of crackling roast pork at home, during Christmas, with rosemary and basil fragrance roaming the air. It compliments the jingles that play continuously on the radio and the end-of-year festive aura that lingers everywhere.
Yorkshire puddings are a type of traditional English dish, presented mainly as a side to accompany roast meat and served with drippings of gravy to eat them and the roast with. It is such a rooted part of English traditions … Read more
‘Blawmanger. Tak the two del rys, the thridde pert of almoundes; wash clene the rys in leuk water & turne & seth hem til thay breke & lat it kele, and tak the melk & do it to the rys … Read more