Thursday, 10 May 2012
I'm so bored with the grey and rainy weather we've been having here in London, so to cheer things up a bit I've decided to have my very first give-away here on the blog.
I've been wanting to do a British version of my Gromperekichelchen Tea-Towel, for quite a while now, but I can't decide which recipe to use. Gromperekichelchen are little potato cakes, which isn't the national dish, but is loved by Luxembourgers and in many ways symbolises Luxembourgishness. So, basically, for the British version, I'd like to use a food recipe that Brits can be proud of and which symbolises Britishness and I'd love to hear your suggestions (you don't have to be British as it would be great to know what other nationalities associate with Britishness).
I'm giving away a zippered pouch (20 x 11cm) made from the fabric from my Faroese cushions, a tiny butterfly brooch - crocheted using fine pink silk thread and an original Gromperekichelchen Tea Towel in red.
To take part, you just have to be a follower of my blog and comment on this post with an idea for a British recipe. I'll randomly select a winner on Monday the 21st of May and post the gifts that week.