Saturday, September 15, 2007

Cook like a caveman...

Although "English cooking" may seem like a oxymoron, they are still trying, bless 'em. Lately they've been digging up some old - really old - recipes.
Researchers wanted to compile a list of favourite foods that sustained our forebears and their influence on modern-day menus.

Top of the pot came nettle pudding, which was traced back 8,000 years.

Close behind were smokey stew, a combination of bacon and smoked fish; then a mixture of offal, fat and herbs called meat pudding followed by barley bread and roast hedgehog. [More]
No wonder Brits are so tough.

Pass the hedgehog - AKA The Other Blue Meat.

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