A country of manors and roadside inns- the United Kingdom is possibly one of our favorite destinations if you are looking for tradition. On the other hand, aside from the wide range of local beers, it is not the place we would go looking for haute cuisine. However, restaurants in London have more traditional British dishes than you may ever have thought!
A new generation of young chefs is being inspired by high quality food and is taking advantage of Britain´s delicious produce. You cannot forget that, thanks to its weather conditions, these islands have ideal land for farming. This change in approach to British cuisine is expressed through flavorsome, fresh and traditional dishes.
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10 Traditional British dishes and where to taste them in London
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Along with mistletoe, turkey and Christmas trees, Christmas crackers are an integral part of festive celebrations in the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth countries. Crackers are traditionally ´pulled´ at the dinner table for Christmas dinner or other festive dinner celebrations.
A Christmas cracker in essence is a decoratively wrapped paper tube, twisted at both ends with a small explosive strip running through it and a small toy within, as well as a coloured paper crown, and a joke.
History of the Christmas Cracker
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, filled with laughs, good friends and great food. But that’s not all, one of the many reasons we love Christmas so much, especially the children, is that there are also tons of sweets around. The best part is each and every country has its own sugar-filled Christmas specialties. Among them is Germany, who´s famous tasty treats have been growing in popularity worldwide. That’s why we present to you, the best German Christmas Sweet Treats. Enjoy!