{england} bath’s eats

April 17, 2018

Each part of England seems to be known for a different type of food. In Bath, they are known for its Bath Buns and Sally Lunn Buns. Since I wasn’t in Bath very long, I didn’t have that much time to try out all the Bath food world has to offer, but I did get a chance to try a local pasty, drink some afternoon tea, and get a Sally Lunn Bun. Sally Lunn Buns are different than what you’re imaging. Well, they were for sure different than I imagined. While, yes, a type of bread-like brioche. They are giant! Most of the time you only get served half. They can also be topped with savory (like meats and gravy) or sweet (like jam and cream) toppings. Bath Buns, on the other hand, are smaller and usually stuffed with sweets like a lump or sugar or dried fruits. Yum!

Read more about our United Kingdom adventure here:
Scotland – edinburgh, the old cityall things national museum • holyrood views 15th century st. giles cathedral closes abound edinburgh’s castle headed north dunkeld, the first stop the highlands killiecrankie’s soldier’s leap a wee dram of tomatin here comes the snow clava cairns’ standing stones crossing the bridge to skye isle of skye sites the old man of storreilean donan castle the heeland coo kilt rock “city” of portree black and white glen coe the last loch celebrating william wallace it’s the food!
Wales – cardiff’s majestic castle countryside it’s the food!fantasy costell cochcaerphilly castle + dragons dusk cardiff buildings the national museum collection mermaids in cardifffireworks
England – bath’s abbey bath’s baths bath’s royal crescent

An English photo adventure:


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