"Ole English Spotted Dick Recipe" - The English have a sense of humor don't they. The Americans come over to England and that's the first thing they order. Fix that for your hubby tonight! Want a spot of "Spotted Dick" tonight Dear? The Word "Dick" in Old England was Pudding.
Toad in a Hole (with Onion Gravy) - British Classic, I have no idea why British food has such an undserved bad reputation. Nothing, and I mean nothing on God’s green earth beats a good ole English breakfast.
Thanks, friends, for this great feedback! (You can find a link to "Our USA Magazine" in the below blog entry.) David Loehr of the James Dean Gallery: "That's Great! ...Hello from David in Fairmount...!" Steve Leininger: "Ah, the good ole days, when things worth saying were said, in English, with proper syntax and punctuation (good grammar, as it was known). Well done, Susie....." http://www.goodreads.com/author_blog_posts/4325388-so-honored-to-be-featured-in-our-usa-magazine
Welsh Beauty - Pen yr Ole Wen is the seventh highest mountain in Snowdonia and in Wales. It is the most southerly of the Carneddau range. For many years the mountain's name was translated as "Head of the White Light", the interpretation of which was a mystery. However in 2004 Professor Hywel Wyn Owen at the Place-Name Research Centre at Bangor University in Bangor, Gwynedd resolved the matter saying that Ole comes from Goleddf, which means slope or hillside, making the correct English…
Glemham Hall staircase....Glemham Hall is an Elizabethan stately home, set in around 300 acres of park land on the outskirts of the village of Little Glemham in Suffolk, England. It is a Grade I listed building, properly called Little Glemham Hall.