Great British Recipes

British FoodTo many American's 'Great British Recipes' may seem like an oxymoron. If so, I'm sure that you're thinking of bland 'meat and two-veg'
that was ever popular after the war. Since then the British palate has evolved to the UK becoming a hotbed of multicultural culinary diversity. In fact, in February 2005, Gourmet Magazine proclaimed that London had become the best place to eat in the world!

Although I'm a self-proclaimed geek, I also love to cook. I find that cooking in an RV is no harder than cooking in a large kitchen once you get used to it. In many instances it's easier as everything you need is in reach!

What follows in this section is some of my favorite British recipes and some of my own creations. Try them out, experiment, have fun, make them your own and let me know how you get on.

Finally, if you'd like to learn more, I've included some links at the bottom of the page to some of my favorite English cookery books. Many of them are written by the goddess of British cooking, Delia Smith (aka Paula Dean in the US). Her books are very easy to follow and her recipes are generally fool-proof). 

Recipe Index

Muligatawny Soup (a spiced soup heralding from the days of the British in India)

Sausage Rolls (always a Christmas favorite and excellent appetizers - meat filled pastry rolls)