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3 Delicious Recipes for Classic Fruit Fools

Yvonne Ruperti Post a comment

A combination of cooked and fresh fruit stars in three refreshing adaptations of this classic English dessert. More

Tropical Pineapple, Mango, and Coconut Fools

Serious Eats Yvonne Ruperti Post a comment

The classic British fool, a dessert of fruit and whipped cream, is an ideal warm weather dessert because it's light and balance of sweet and tart fruit flavors. Spooned into this tropical take are layers of juicy mango, pineapple, and toasted coconut. More

Tangy Strawberry Fools

Serious Eats Yvonne Ruperti Post a comment

The classic British fool, a dessert of fruit and whipped cream, is an ideal warm weather dessert because it's light and balance of sweet and tart fruit flavors. Juicy macerated strawberries, strawberry compote, and tangy yogurt are spooned into this refreshing, light version. More

Lemon-Blueberry Fools

Serious Eats Yvonne Ruperti Post a comment

The classic British fool, a dessert of fruit and whipped cream, is an ideal warm weather dessert because it's light and balance of sweet and tart fruit flavors. Fresh lemon curd and blueberry compote are spooned into this flavorful version. More

Sunday Brunch: Quick Morning Beans and Fried Eggs

Sunday Brunch Sydney Oland Post a comment

Most of us have turned to canned beans in moments of need. Whether it's chickpeas on a salad for lunch at the office, or pork and beans as a late-night dinner, canned beans are easily transformed into a quick, simple, and hearty meal. More

Quick Morning Beans and Fried Eggs

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 4 comments

Most of us have turned to canned beans in moments of need. Whether it's chickpeas on a salad for lunch at the office, or pork and beans as a late-night dinner, canned beans are easily transformed into a quick, simple, and hearty meal. More

Where Do You Go for English Breakfast in NYC?

New York The Serious Eats Team 21 comments

Be it Irish pub or fancy pub, tell us: where do you go for a real-deal English fry up? More

Trawling NYC for UK-Style Fish and Chips

New York Nick Solares 30 comments

We trawled the city looking for looking for the most faithful representations of this British classic. Here is what we netted. More

The Vegetarian Option: Dear Bushwick

New York Howard Walfish 1 comment

This self-described "English Country Kitchen" is a new addition to Bushwick's ever-growing restaurant scene, and it comes with some pleasant vegetarian (and even vegan) surprises. More

Dinner Tonight: Welsh Rarebit with Brussels Sprouts

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 16 comments

Welsh rarebit just seemed right. It was devastatingly cold outside, and I needed something to warm my insides and soothe my head. For those of you scratching your heads, Welsh rarebit is English dish of a cheese sauce on toast. But it's so much more than that, as the cheese sauce combines beer with a good aged Cheddar. It also contains a good dose of Worcestershire sauce and mustard, so it has an edge. It's wonderfully complex, and a far cry from most cheddar sauces. More

Dinner Tonight: Jacket Potatoes with Mushroom Ragu

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

I'm not much of a baked potato guy, but for some reason I have a soft spot for jacket potatoes. Both are just potatoes baked in an oven and topped with an ingredient, so what's the difference, you ask? Jacket... More

Man Gets English Breakfast Tattooed On Skull

Lia Bulaong 3 comments

19 year-old Dayne Gilbey of Coventry, Wales volunteered to let tattoo artist Blake Dickinson ink his skull with the image of a full English breakfast: "bacon, eggs, sausages, beans and even cutlery." Frankly, I'd be amazed by Gilbey's foolhardiness except that I'm too busy appalled by how ugly that tattoo turned out to be, especially when you consider how pretty the photo of an English breakfast that ran with Graham Holliday's In Defence of British Food feature today is! What do you make of it?... More

The English Food Pyramid

Lia Bulaong 2 comments

The English Food Pyramid is pretty hilarious to me—but then I'm not an English nutritionist. The very tip of the pyramid is labeled "Fats, Oils and Sweets", contains lard, suet, bacon, shortbread, heavy cream and castor sugar, and has the notation "eat sparingly". [via malaclyps del.icio.us]... More

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