|Tea at Harrod's. Be still my fat heart.|
|The new passports are much fancier than my old one.|
As I always say, she taught me everything I know. It was only fitting that on our first night in England, as her then fiancee (now husband) whipped up a chicken curry, Miriam took the boyfriend and me to her neighborhood naan bakery.
After the curry, we sunk our teeth into one of the most heavenly desserts I've ever had. Sticky toffee pudding is quintessentially British, and the closest comparison I can draw is that it is similar to gingerbread, but topped with a sticky caramel sauce that you will want to pour into a tub and bathe in.
|Sticky toffee pudding with creme fraiche.|
|Cadbury, one of my favorite things in England.|
|Afternoon snack- mine is a flat white and half the granola bar.|
|Flat white in Sheffield.|
|I started with ox fritters.|
|And then I ate a whole roasted mackerel.|
|He had fish n chips with mushy peas.|
|The morning of the wedding, we had our first full English.|
|Yes, that's a fascinator on my head. Yes, that's the most gorgeous bride since Kate Middleton.|
|Handmade French raspberry jam as wedding favors.|
|Cock-a-leekie tart for our starter.|
|Roasted lamb. I'd expect nothing less at the wedding reception of my favorite gourmands.|
|In between the band's sets, we had coffee and truffles.|
Georgian Tea Room, which I had heavily researched and which was my favorite money spent in all of England. I had Earl Grey, he had green tea.
|Those scones are slathered in clotted cream and jam.|
|Save your money. Get on an airplane.|
|There is also a Laduree in Harrod's.|