Seren on Saturdays. The Making of the Great British Pie What Pie shall I choose?…A Noble Affair too

By Seren Charrington Hollins For the past week pies have been on my mind, it’s not…

Rhubarb Buckle. Dedicated to Laughton Village in Sussex.

By Lyn Funnell Fruit Buckles are popular cakes in America. As Laughton Village is known as…

Sussex Pumpkin Wine & Teabread

I’ve made my own wine for years, and as I had a huge pumpkin left over…

Hate Sprouts? Try Sussex Brussels Sprout Crumble with a Cheesy White Sauce & be Converted!

By Lyn Funnell I must admit that the British aren’t the greatest veg cooks, although we…

Stuffed Sussex Pumpkin and Filo Tubes

By Lyn Funnell I’ve got enough Sussex pumpkins to last me through to Easter. But they…

The True History of the Banoffee Pie

By Lyn Funnell Banoffee Pie, originally spelt Banoffi Pie, has become one of the most popular…

Oggy Oggy Oggy and a Sussex Churdle

By Lyn Funnell Oggy Oggy Oggy! Oy Oy Oy! This is a chant often shouted out…

It’s Pumpkin Time Again!

By Lyn Funnell Pumpkins are a great Winter food. They’re cheap, filling and versatile. And they…

MEMORIES FROM MALTA. Fried rabbit, my favourite meal; Yucky or Yummy? Does Sussex rabbit compare?

  By ALBERT FENECH My family name is FENECH and over scores of years it was associated…