Welsh Anglesey Eggs for House Banefort

Have you ever tried the Welsh Anglesey Eggs dish? It’s a simple yet hearty vegetarian recipe made with mashed potatoes, leeks, eggs and a cheddar sauce.

It makes for an easy and quick supper…or a great brunch or lunch meal. Plus it is just as good served pipping hot or cold out of the fridge on a hot summer day. Although best know as a 15th century recipe hailing from Wales, some say Anglesey Eggs actually date back to the Viking days or even Roman times. We will never know for sure the recipe’s origin, but we can attest to how delicious it is.

Welsh Anglesey Eggs

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Potato Leek Soup, Blue for Bridget Jones

It’s Food ‘n Flix time again! In this monthly group a ‘host’ picks a movie of their choice that pertains to food. Everyone watches the movie and then makes a recipe which the film inspired. It can be any recipe you want. And I put a fun twis on the potato leek soup today!

And I get to play the first host of 2105! I dug up a crowd pleasure film where the story starts off with a New Year’s party. I am not a chick flick kinda-gal but Bridget Jones’s Diary has always been a fun favorite. Every rule has to have an exception right? And what a challenge to make a recipe for a movie where the main character is an awful cook! It’s cliche but I could not resist doing Bridget’s infamous accidentally Blue Potato Leek Soup. And I just had to do something with mini gherkins with an Indian touch from the annual Turkey Curry Buffet her mom host.

blue potato Leek Soup

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