Amelia Amy

Amelia Amy

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Sticky Toffee Pudding…Heaven on a Plate! Click for easy recipe!

A decadently rich dessert, topped with an amazing toffee sauce (I like to add whisky!) makes one of the best Scottish desserts known the world over!

A traditional English parsley sauce recipe is a classic of the British kitchen. Perfect with fish, ham or vegetables.

A traditional English parsley sauce recipe is a classic of the British kitchen and unbelievably easy to make. Perfect with fish, ham, or vegetables.

Traditional Old-Fashioned Beef and Ale Stew, a British Comfort Food Classic. Perfect for entertaining, it can be made up to 2 days ahead.

The whole family will love this traditional British favourite! Beef and Ale Stew is easy to make, frugal, warming, comforting & tasty too!

Traditional English Trifle - Amanda's Cookin'

Trifle is an English dessert with fruit, a layer of sponge fingers or sponge cake, soaked in sherry or wine and custard. It can be topped with whipped cream. These layers are separated by fruit-flavoured jelly to build multiple layers.

Delicious Devonshire Split Buns are a traditional treat at an English Cream Tea!

This recipe for Devonshire Split Buns is crammed full of cream and jam, and perfect for a lazy afternoon tea. This recipe is really quick and easy!

Celebrate Comfort Food at its very best with traditional British classic Chicken & Mushroom Pies. Mini versions make a fantastic appetizer!

Classic British chicken and mushroom pie - Celebrate traditional comfort food for an all-English dinner menu.

The full English breakfast is England’s favorite way to start the day. With all your favorite breakfast items and a few you may not be familiar with, I’m going to take through all the components of a traditional full English (as we call it).

The full English breakfast is England’s favorite way to start the day. With all your favorite breakfast items and a few you may not be familiar with, I’m going to take through all the components of a traditional full English (as we call