Sweet & Tangy Marmalade

Sweet and tangy, marmalade has been a prized staple of the British breakfast table. But did you know that marmalade is actually not British? Marmalade was believed to be first invented in Portugal, made from quince (which is not a citrus fruit but more like a pear). Marmalade got its name based on the Portuguese …

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Nektar Honey Crystals

Summertime brings the best in food and drink, bringing sweet fruits, bountiful vegetables, and refreshing drinks. In the scorching hot summer heat, many of us love a nice, refreshing glass of iced tea. Perhaps you would like a bit of honey in it? But then there’s the issue of dealing with the mess of sticky …

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British Breakfast Cereals

Britain is big on tradition, from the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace (I can still remember seeing the soldiers going through the same carefully laid-out movements that they had done for decades) to their breakfast. Cereals play a big part, as they have for about as long as those guards have been changing. …

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Types of Breakfast Tea

Breakfast may or may not be the most important meal of the day but it’s safe to say that for countless people around the world the breakfast time pick-me-up is the most important drink of the day. If you live in the United States, for example, your morning beverage of choice is likely to be …

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Tea — It’s What’s for Breakfast

Tea is a splendid idea any time of day - morning, noon or night, before, with or after a meal. So why is it that we have something called a “Breakfast Tea” and what does it have to do with Breakfast? The blend itself, which is comprised of Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan tea, and is …

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