Classic New England Lobster Roll on a classic New England style bun.
New England fish chowder . . . perfect for watching fog on the warm rainy days of April.
English style bread studded with salty bacon and streaked with sharp cheddar cheese.
Peter Reinhart's soft and delicious English muffins
How to disassemble Maine lobster in preparation for Lobster Newburg, fancy schmancier than melted butter!
Annotated review of Heston Blumenthal's makeover of Little Chef
Delicious panna cotta, New England style.
The best bookstore in the world - Books for Cooks, in London. Every single book you could want on this subject.
Chili Beef Ramen-noodles in spicy pork and chicken broth topped with grilled sirloin steak, fresh chillies, red onions, bean sprouts, coriander, spring onions, lime - at Wagamama in Camden Town, London
Hibiscus soda with pineapple balls and freshly cracked pepper. Hibiscus (London, U.K.)
Perfectly hard-boiled egg with roasted beets, greens and anchovies.
Grappa panna cotta with champagne rhubarb.
Iced cherry lollies with cake milk at The Sportsman (Seasalter, U.K.)
Chorizo Sandwich @ London's Borough Market... reason enough to make a trip!
Canard au Sange a la Presse: After the roasted duck is carved, the carcass is pressed to extract the blood and juice for a sauce. l'Ambassade de l'Ile (London, U.K.)
A tree sprouts milk chocolate truffles at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay at Royal Hospital Road. (London, U.K.)
Sunday Roast, St John Restaurant, London UK
The snickerdoodle: a New England classic and an American favorite, suitable for any part of the world!
Did you know January 21 is New England Clam Chowder Day? Tasty Island does a scientific taste-off between Progresso and Harry's
Toro (Bluefin Tuna Belly) and other sushi at Donzoko in London.
for the fashionable foodie...edible couture collections and tea served on Paul Smith designed china at Pret-a-Portea in the Berkeley Hotel
Gordon Ramsay attempts to beat Guinness World Record!
New England Potato Salad made with lovely purple potatoes
Pimm's and everything else quintessentially British.
I miss few things about the Northeast, but lobster rolls are chief among them.
Happy as a little clam.....
Eating London: London is a foodie mecca.
linguine with white clam sauce from a can. vienna sausages. dinty moore beef stew. cider doughnuts from the franklin cider mill. these are foods of my childhood. what are yours?
Belu - Sustainable British Water. Yes you read that right... in fact the bottle is made of corn (no, not the cap though)...