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Guinness Fish and Chips

This Guinness Fish and Chips recipe is the perfect meal for St. Patrick’s Day (or any day in my opinion!), made with fresh wild cod and served with the traditional sides of twice-cooked chips, mushy peas with mint, tartar sauce, malt vinegar and fresh lemon wedges. For a traditional touch, you can serve in a …

Beef Wellington Bites

This recipe for Beef Wellington Bites is perfect for your next winter gathering, football party, or pre-dinner appetizer. The Beef Wellington origin goes back to 1815, when it was made in celebration for the Duke of Wellington’s victory at the Battle of Waterloo. It’s traditionally served as a main course, often with prosciutto or parma …

‘The Whole Toad’ Breakfast Casserole

Today we’re making “The Whole Toad” from Portland’s Tasty & Alder restaurant, which is a baked eggs breakfast casserole recipe inspired by England’s “Toad in the Hole.” This is a delicious breakfast or brunch recipe that you can prepare ahead of time, then pop in the oven in the morning for guests. Toad in the …

Borough Market’s Grilled Cheese Toastie

Today I’m making what many people have called the best grilled cheese recipe in the world – Borough Market’s Grilled Cheese Toastie from Kappacasein on Stoney Street, London! This legendary London cheese shop is known around the globe for their toasted cheese sandwiches, made with a mixture of Ogleshield raclette, Comte (a French Gruyere) and …

Mushy Peas with Mint

This Mushy Peas with Mint recipe is great on its own, but it’s best known as an accompaniment for fish and chips in the UK. Adding a bit of fresh chopped mint brightens the flavor for this classic side dish!