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The Serious Eats Guide to British Sweets

We Brits love little squares of things on bone china plates served of an afternoon following a game of cribbage. We love puddings that steam like a behemoth emerging from a sauna, made from beef fat, treacle, and shrivelled fruit. We love sugared, crunchy things from packets. It's no overstatement to say tea and biscuits are our actual lifeblood. More

British Bites: Yorkshire Pudding

Arguably the most famous of the British puddings, Yorkshire pudding always makes an impressive side to serve along a perfectly cooked roast beef. But what happens if you don't have a pan of hot beef drippings to make your Yorkshire pudding in? Don't fret! You can make Yorkshire pudding in a variety of fats, taking this special occasion pudding to a fantastic side (or meal) you can make any night of the week. More

Kidney Soufflé

The soufflé should be cooked and then served immediately. This recipe is inspired by Downton Abbey and Ethel's attempt at a similar dish. Soufflé is temperamental by nature but if you follow the instructions and don't drop the finished dish, you should have better luck than she did. More

British Curry Sauce

This spicy curry sauce can be found all over Britain, in chip shops and pubs - and even bottled (or powdered) in markets to use as a simple sauce to turn leftover roast dinners into a simple meal the following day. The spice can be tailored to the level of heat you want, but the base of aromatics and toasted spices make a fantastic base for any number of dishes. More

British Bites: Faggots (Liver, Kidney, and Pork Meatballs)

A mixture of organ meat and ground pork, wrapped in fat then roasted until just cooked through. These savory meatballs are delicious and relatively easy to make. As for the name, it comes from the way they resemble the wrapped look of old-time bundles of wood with the same name. Don't let the title throw you off; even offal beginners will delight in the fatty savory little packages. More

Faggots (Liver, Kidney, and Pork Meatballs)

A mixture of organ meat and ground pork, wrapped in fat then roasted until just cooked through. These savory meatballs are delicious and relatively easy to make. As for the name, it comes from the way they resemble the wrapped look of old-time bundles of wood with the same name. Don't let the title throw you off; even offal beginners will delight in the fatty savory little packages. More

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