Polesden Lacey is an Edwardian house, extensively remodeled from an earlier building in 1906 by Architects Charles Mew’s and Arthur Davis, who were also responsible for the Ritz Hotel in London, for Ronald and Margaret Greville. The name ‘Polesden’ is … Continue reading
The regional cookery of England, a subject close to my heart as readers of this blog will know, is presented here in an article from Good Housekeeping magazine in a novel and fun format. As the writer suggests, it would … Continue reading
Simnel cake is a traditional light fruit cake with two layers of almond paste or marzipan, one in the middle and one on top, that is toasted, and eaten during Easter. It was originally made for the middle Sunday of … Continue reading
Here is a further article from the Good Housekeeping material covering a subject that I have a great interest in myself, namely the cooking of the counties. I have no knowledge of the outcome of the competition but if anybody … Continue reading
The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. The Tower is a complex of several buildings … Continue reading
Tower Bridge (built 1886–1894) is one of the iconic symbols of London. Despite its crenelated appearance it is a relative newcomer on the scene, being opened by The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) in 1894. It crosses the River … Continue reading
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Since I created this slideshow as part of my new job, I am constructing a ‘user friendly’ blog for Dunford House and I rather liked this series so I’ve put it on here as well. Dunford House was built by … Continue reading