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Mini Scotch Eggs

Polish Stuffed Eggs in Shells

Polly Eats London For International Women in London: Celebration of the Chinese New Year

Polly Eats London at Laurence Pidgeon Design: Korean Food

Hot Cross Buns

Whole-Egg Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

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

Polish Plum Cake

Polly Eats London at Liberté Chérie

Polly Eats London For International Women in London: Celebration of the Chinese New Year

Lunchboxes full of lucky food for the Chinese New Year from Polly Eats London! We are happy to announce that we've been invited to prepare and deliver delicious and luxury appetizers to Kensington Chelsea Woman's Club members for the Chinese New Year's online celebration on Friday, February the 12th. Inspired by the Far East and classic Spring Festival food flavours, we created dishes that have their symbolic meaning, and without which the Chinese New year's celebrations never be complete. More about the event and menu...

Polly Eats London at Laurence Pidgeon Design: Korean Food

There’re many things to love about Korean food. It’s delicious, varied and healthy. It uses plenty of vegetables both fresh and fermented in main meals and side dishes, lean meat and spices. Korean food brings the combination of contrast flavours: sour and sweet, salty and bitter and above of all loves spiciness. I had a great pleasure to take a part in real Korean fest at Laurence Pidgeon Design, taste genuine homemade dishes and learn about the Korean cuisine from Eun-Young CHOI, who lives and cooks in London. More about Korean fest you will find here...

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

Now, this is officially official: Polly Eats London had a great pleasure to take a part in one of the most popular British TV shows: The Great British Bake-Off: An Extra Slice! It was an amazing adventure and a fantastic experience to be in the 3rd episode of the show along with other brilliant amateur bakers. We’re also happy as it was a great opportunity to get our baking – English Weather - rated on the show by the celebrity guests: judge on the Great British Bake-Off Paul Hollywood, actress Sally Phillips, comedian Rose Matafeo and Tom Allen who tried my Polish Onion Bun! The show hosted by Jo Brand was aired last Friday on Channel 4. More about our TV adventure here...

Polly Eats London at Liberté Chérie

Carlin Peammus and Grossini at Liberté Chérie in the heart of Notting Hill. We were given the opportunity to offer our super healthy organic vegan dip and homemade crusty grossini to the customers of Zero Waste Grocery Shop located on Portobello Road. Liberté Chérie, which provides Notting Hill residents and the hordes of tourists with fine food, is run by Charles Pelletier, a Frenchman with a background in Michelin starred restaurant Serge Et Le Phoque in Hong Kong. Our Peammus is currently available at Liberté Chérie but we are coming back to Charles with a new butch of the pea hummus this Saturday. More about our Notting Hill Adventure here… 

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...

Feria de Londres

It was supposed to bring to London its famous Andalusian carnival spirit but it brought disappointment along with polish sausage and pierogi, Quinoa Food from Peru and Indian food, probably from London. We were expecting a great atmosphere, a variety of food and great flamenco dance shows that anyone could enjoy. But we were able to buy churros with a taste of row dough, omelette sandwiches for 7GBP each, leftovers of paella scraped from the pan and sherry from the official sponsor. And flamenco dance shows were only for those who as first found their place on the grass in front of so-called stage. It is a shame because we waited for Feria Londres and had great expectations to feel the spirit of Andalusia. Please bring this spirit to London next year.