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Polish Traditional Gingerbread

Courgette Fritters

Homemade Cream Cheese

Homemade Raspberry Vinegar

Homemade Vanilla Extract

Classic Basil Pesto

Waffles with Whipped Cream and Summer Berries

Bilberry Muffins with Lemon Icing

Spanish Tortilla with Chorizo

Bread and Butter Pickles

Vegetable Quesadillas

Steak Bavette and Sweet Potatoes with Hummus and Herb Salsa

Homemade Beef Burgers

Tartare Sauce

BBQ Sauce

Pork Meatballs and Mashed Potatoes with Apple and Beetroot Salad

Architects Bake with Polly Eats London: Sourdough Bread

Tex-Mex Chilli con Carne

Celebrating the Lunar New Year: Money Bags Dumplings

Homemade Dumpling Wrappers

Red Onion Marmelade

Orzo Pasta with Courgette, Mushrooms and Green Peas

Pigs in Blankets

Ancho Crema Dip

Guacamole: a Classic Mexican Dip

Pico de Gallo Mexican Salsa

Mexican Black Beans with Tomatoes and Totopos

Homemade Flour Tortillas

Fishcakes with Rémoulade

Rémoulade - French Cold Sauce

Avocado Dip

Mexican Spicy Mini Chicken Wings

Danish Crisp Bread

Smoked Trout Pate


Polly Eats London at the Great British Bake-Off: An Extra Slice

Polish Plum Cake

Polly Eats London at Liberté Chérie

Seven Sisters Cliffs. From Seven Sisters Country Park to Birling Gap

This is one of the most popular walks tourists go for when they arrive to admire Seven Sisters Cliffs. The trail of 3.5 miles that takes about 2 hours starts at Seven Sisters Country Park, in the valley alongside the Cuckmere River, climbs the hill and heads towards the cliffs. The first of the Seven Sisters, Haven Brow, meets you at the top of the hill. Here begins a picturesque route where white chalk dramatic cliffs drop into the blue waters of the English Channel. More...

The Isle of Wight. Compton Bay, Shanklin Chine and Beach, The Garlic Farm

The Isle of Wight is the largest and second-most populous of English Isles. The roughly rhomboid in shape island covers an area of 380 km² and is situated in the English Channel, just off the south coast of Englandonly 1.5 hours by car from London. The Isle of Wight is mainly famous for mild oceanic climate, coastal scenery, wide sandy beaches, beautiful small towns and villages. We get there on a ferry from Portsmouth and spend there only a few hours, but we will definitely come back to the island soon. More...

Tolkien: Maker of Middle-Earth

Until the 28th of October 2018, The Bodleian Libraries of the Oxford University hosts an exhibition dedicated to J. R.R Tolkien and his connection with Oxford. “Tolkien: Maker of Middle-Earth” brings together in one place 200 rare objects from various private collections and archives. Half of them has never been on display for the public. Find the article here...