So, a brief history lesson before we move onto a perfect Canada Day recipe: today, July 1st, sometimes known as Canada’s “birthday”, is a nationwide holiday commemorating the British North America Act 1867 (now known as the Constitution Act 1867), which united three British North American colonies (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Read the full article…
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With France in mind, here is my recipe for Madeleines; tiny, quintessentially French cakes which are light and airy and dipped in rich dark chocolate.
Raclette isn’t really a recipe, but as most of us don’t have a log fire or raclette grill, here’s the next best thing – Raclette-style cheese on toast.
We went in search of our first taste of Nigerian cuisine this week, and were surprised to find tastes and textures truly unlike any we’d met before.
When it comes to hospitality, a Soviet welcome can be hard to beat, with large portions of merriment and food alike.
Centuries of changing borders have resulted in a mix of culinary influence in Bosnia. I was keen to try Pljeskavica burgers; perfect for watching the footy!
Raw fish is often a bit of a funny one for us in the UK. In The Netherlands, however, it is an intrinsic part of their national food identity.
So Australian they have their own national day, Lamingtons are part of every Aussie’s upbringing. These homemade ones have as rich a flavour as they do a history
No trip to New York is complete without eating a Reuben sandwich at Katz’s Deli. We deconstruct what might just be the greatest sandwich in the world.
Jollof rice is more of a concept that a recipe, because it’s found all over West Africa – here’s Jamie’s spicy take on the Ghana version