It’s mere hours now before Prince William and Miss Catherine “Kate” Middleton are wed, a wedding that everyone has been highly anticipating. While I don’t know what the level of excitement must be like around the rest of the world, the Royal Couple has received a great deal of media attention here in Canada and I can only imagine what it must be like in England, especially London, right now.
The media frenzy surrounding Price William and Kate has also has seemed to cause great demand and interest in British cuisine. By the time I got round to thinking of making something in honour of the Royal Wedding, it was kind of too late even for something simple so instead I’m posting a recipe round-up of primarily English, or inspired, food that should hit the spot wherever you are if you’re watching the ceremony, which can be watched online (it’s being steamed live on YouTube) or TV. Click over to the official Royal Wedding website for more info on that.
- Blackberry Pear Trifles
- Butterscotch Pudding
- Lemon Millet Biscuits (these may also be considered scones)
- Pound Cake
- Tomato Dill Sandwich Wraps
- Iceberg and Crispy Onion Salad
- Instant Chocolate Pudding
- For an inspired version of Eton Mess, put together these crunchy, honey-sweetened meringues with strawberries and custard.
For more recipes, check out my recipe index.
More British fare from other bloggers
- Gluten-Free Meyer Lemon Spotted Dick from Tasty Eats at Home
- Popovers from gluten-free easily (can be made into Yorkshire pudding)
If you have any British food recipes on your blog, leave a link to your recipe in a comment and I’ll add them.