Posts by Lisa

A proper, English afternoon tea

Nary a time goes by when I’m drinking tea and don’t think of Great Grandma Myrtle (from the colonial territory...

Fishes and chips and peas – oh yeah

I was in my early 20’s before I had my first bite of fish that wasn’t fried (the beauty of...

Wee shepherd’s pie

There are very few meals more comforting than a shepherd’s pie. I love a casserole in its many starchy, delicious...

Views from the windy city

I first went to Chicago on my 8th grade class field trip and have been back a bazillion times since...

English brekkie

There is a seriously crazy amount of food required to make a traditional English breakfast. The good thing here is...

Sausage rolls – drop ’em while they’re hot (in your belly)

At some point I will have to bust out my healthier recipes. But not today, my friends. Not today. We...

Nice rack

Wowie zowie. This was a gorgeous piece of meat. It is not inexpensive but holy mother – it was worth...

Prosciutto (aka bacon-lite) with shrimp and sage

My friend Amy’s favorite tale to tell about me is the morning I went on a psychotic verbal rampage after...

Roast bird

So I recently tried a “72 hour fried chicken” and assumed it meant the chicken had been brined in something...

Nom nom naan

Is it ironic that I’m writing a blog with food recipes and yet I rarely will try a new recipe...

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