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Transform your home with traditional English decor that exudes a timeless charm. Discover top ideas to infuse elegance and sophistication into your living space.
Graggamoore English Estate - William T. Baker | Award-Winning Classical Residential Designer Home Décor, Décor, Home, Decor, Home Decor

Set high on a hill with commanding views overlooking a thick forest of trees, Woodland Hills by residential designer William T. Baker & Associates evokes memories of estates from the grandest traditions. The home is constructed from Wissahickon Schist, a special stone imported from Pennsylvania, and is accented further with Indiana limestone and traditional English roof tiles.

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Janet Kempher Perez
Traditional English food – the top dishes to try in the UK. Guide to the best British foods you need to try whilst visiting London or England including snacks and desserts. Dishes include traditional fried breakfast, toad in the hole and classic Eton Mess British Recipes, England, Eton Mess, British Food Traditional, British Food Recipes, British Dishes, British Cuisine, Traditional British Breakfast, British Food

Traditional English food – the top dishes to try in the UK. Guide to the best British foods you need to try whilst visiting London or England including snacks and desserts. Dishes include traditional fried breakfast, toad in the hole and classic Eton Mess

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Shawna Loberg
Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe :http://www.lavenderandlovage.com/2015/01/twelfth-night-apples-and-wassailing-a-traditional-english-wassail-recipe.html Winter, Vintage Recipes, Cider, English Dishes, Mulled Cider, Wassail Recipe, Country Recipe, Cider Cocktails, Cider Drinks

A traditional English Wassail recipe that originates from Suffolk which is a delectable hot, spiced mulled cider with sherry and port and is served with the all important baked apples. A Yorkshire version called "Lamb's Wool" is made with ale instead of cider and is served when the apples have burst, so the pulp looks like lamb's wool in the mulled ale.

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Kathleen Blanc