Happy British Sandwich Week! Yes that’s right, if you didn’t know already, now is the time to gorge yourself silly on sarnies to do your bit to celebrate. Even better, make a sandwich cake! I took inspiration for this from the Swedes and their traditional sandwich cake called a Smorgastarta. Using traditional British fillings of… Continue reading The Sandwich Cake!
The fish finger sandwich is a British classic! Or so I’ve been told up until this point, since I had never before tried one for myself. You may wonder if I’ve been living under a rock but in fact it was my childhood dislike for fish fingers that stopped me before. Simply, I thought they… Continue reading The Fish Finger Butty
With the Easter weekend becoming a distant memory, use up your leftover hot cross buns on this darer of conventional thinking and YOLO advocator – that’s right, it’s a hot cross bacon bun! It was Sainsbury’s who I saw suggest this combination and I must say, bravo. How has noone married these two great foods before, or… Continue reading The Easter Bacon Bunny
These classic tea party sandwiches were made in aid of Mother’s day. It’s bizarre how such tiny sandwiches can make one feel so civilised but the key benefit in my eyes is getting to try multiple sandwiches in one sitting (WIN!). These sandwiches are so simple to make and an instant crowd pleaser. Ingredients: 1 loaf… Continue reading The Tea Party