Thursday, March 29, 2007

What's old is new again.

London (near Smithfield market)

This is one of the reasons that British food has taken such a beating over the year. Personally I never liked the stuff. Other counties have similar items as part of their national repertoire, Yet it is the British to which the stigma of such food has stuck. Perhaps it is because thees other places have had a stronger culinary background. Perhaps too a better way of marketing things foie-gras in France is liver paste in the UK.

But with the emergence of British cooking these items are all coming back into vogue.

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