I am a certified Britophile, posting photographs from the Shetland Islands to Land's End in an effort to capture feel of travel. Glorious vistas, recipes, articles, videos, poetry, and interesting tidbits of life in Great...
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- Five Foods that You Simply have to try When in Wales
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- Hello, Britain.
- Blog Update...Finally.on Apr 23, 2013Hello everybody! I haven't dropped off the face of the earth. I'm at Capernwray Bible School and having a grand time. I'm meeting a lot of new people, and while this isn't exactly what I expected it to be, I am being stretched in new and exciting way...
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- Countdown to Britain, and Miscellaneous Anxieties
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- The Secret Codes of Rosslyn Chapel
- Food and Faith: A British Easter Menu
- Great British Comedy
- Hiking to Heaven: Walking the Pentlands
- Goldie: Britain's Syrupy Love Affair
- The Britophile Diaries: One Month to the Day
- What to Do With Branston Pickle - 21 Ingenious Ideas
- Spitting on the Heart of Midlothian
- Biscuit Showdown: Jaffa Cakes vs. Pim's
- Edinburgh From the Inside
- British Slang for Americans
- Curried Eggs: My Foray into Victorian British Cookingon Mar 9, 2013In all of Britain's illustrious culinary history, the Victorian period may be the scapegoat for every negative stereotype. It was an era of fast-paced industry, an expanding empire, strict social mores, and indifferent food, and it started the downhi...