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British - Page 3 of 11

  • Recipe

    Strawberry-Rhubarb Fool

    A fool is an old-fashioned English dessert, but it never goes out of style because it’s simple, delicious, and beautiful. Plus, any fool can make it since it’s only a…

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    Red Currant and Ginger Sorbet

    A splash of ruby port helps deepen this sorbet’s beautiful bright pink color and adds some sweetness to complement the tart berries. The pectin in the currants makes the sorbet…

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    Eton Mess

    Named after a prestigious English boarding school, this mash-up of strawberries, whipped cream, and meringue crumbles is served at an annual cricket match there. A splash of liqueur is a…

  • Recipe

    Cream Scones

    While most scones are made with cream, the secret to this version is whipping the cream to soft peaks before folding it with the dry ingredients. The air trapped in…

  • Recipe

    Onion and Ale Soup with Blue Cheese Croutons

    This boldly flavored twist on French onion soup lets the onion come through loud and strong. Gorgonzola works well for the croutons because it’s not overpowering and melts nicely, but…

  • Recipe

    Slow-Roasted Beef Standing Rib Roast with Brown Ale Butter Sauce

    The trick to evenly cooking a large bone-in beef roast like this is to roast it at a very low temperature for a long time. This way, the meat stays…

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    Yorkshire Pudding

    While testing the beef rib roast recipe, we were reminded of its classic companion, Yorkshire pudding. Similar in texture and flavor to a popover, Yorkshire pudding is made with the…

  • Magazine

    Fish and Chips

    The authentic British favorite from a British seafood pro.

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    Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce

    This is the iconic, beloved, comfort food of England: crispy cod or haddock and crunchy French fries with the traditional accompaniments of creamy, briny tartar sauce and malt vinegar. In…

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    Anise-Orange Scones

    The licorice-like flavor of anise accents orange in these delicious drop scones. They would be a welcome accompaniment to savory foods, like glazed ham, or at a weekend brunch.