Episode 1 – British Classics

In the first ever episode of Anne’s Kitchen, I’m taking you to my London home where I’ll be cooking traditional fish and chips. I’ll also rustle up a lovely pie with an unusual filling and make a mouthwatering trifle for dessert.
When I’m not cooking in my kitchen, I’m out and about in London neighborhoods, where I’m in search for nice restaurants and the latest food trends. This time, we’re kicking it off in Covent Garden.

You’ll be able to find this episode’s recipes below, as well as a comprensive guide to the lovely area of Covent Garden.

Every week, I’ll also share fun behind the scenes photos, which you can find by clicking through the Behind The Scenes page at the very bottom.

December 12, 2013

0 thoughts on “Episode 1 – British Classics

  1. Super! Freeë mech schon drop! Nennt en dat dann ewell FusionKitchen? Oder ass d letzeboier Kichen den Brits nett exotesch genuch? Wënschen op alle Fall vill Succès matt dësem Projet.
    Matt beschte Gréiss vun downtownEurope.

    • Ha yes Ayshea’s appearance was great ey?! Rules is amazing – definitely a place to take the parents to. A bit pricey, but definitely worth a visit!

  2. Amazing Anne. I loved every minute of it! You’re a natural in front of the camera!. Even if I don’t understand Luxembourgish I feel confidant enough to be able to make the recipes just by watching. Can’t wait to see more!

    • Thank you Jillian, what an amazing compliment!! I was hoping that the language barrier would not instantly put people off, and I’m so happy to hear that the visuals alone made you stay tuned in… Thank you so much! Let me know what you think of the next ones 🙂

    • Merci Mariette! An jo, ech hun Letzebuerger Produiten immens gär, doweinst huelen ech der emmer mat zreck an England fir domat ze kachen…

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