England Archive

Tuck into Jellied Eels in London

While you are visiting the English capital London you should visit the East End of the city to try out the traditional Cockney delicacy – Jellied Eels.   The dish is made from chopped eels, boiled in a spiced stock before being allowed to cool and set

Down Whitstable Oysters in Kent

Located about five miles from Cantebury in the county of Kent is the small seaside town of Whitstable, known for having amazing oysters aptly named after the town as Whitstable Oysters.    The town has been famous for flat oysters ever since the arrival of the Romans.   Whistable

Eat a Sunday Roast Dinner in England

Sunday Roast is a main meal comprising of roasted meat, roasted or mashed potatoes that is served with accompaniments which are usually vegetables, stuffing, gravy and Yorkshire pudding.   This sumptuous meal is traditionally eaten on Sunday afternoons in Britain and Ireland although can be

Join the Druids at Stonehenge

About 8 miles north of Salisbury, Wiltshire in England lies one of the most important prehistoric monuments in the world, Stonehenge. The monument, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are the remains of a sophisticated circle of standing stones that have been set