The Victoria Eggs Blog page explores a variety of of topics related to good 'Old Blighty'. Looking at British quirks, food, language, cities, holidays, hobbies, handmade in Britain, transport, occasions and celebrations and let's not forget the all important weather and tea!
Tara Nei joined the Victoria Eggs team just three months ago. She has the pleasure of looking after all our wholesale accounts and sales which allows her to work with brilliant shops and galleries all over the UK and...
I love creating dishes with my spiralizer... it's become somewhat of an obsession to see what you can and can't spiralize! Spiralizing (cutting vegetables or fruit into long ribbons or strips) allows you to...
Victoria Eggs (yes… that is her real name!) is the designer behind all of your favourite British made homeware and gift products. She founded the company in March 2011 to create playful products...
Victoria's simple and delicious chicken and mushroom pie recipe, perfect for sharing with friends and family. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans.
Pronounced ‘Hue-gah’ rather than ‘Higgy’ and all the rage right now is the Danish way of seeing and feeling the beautiful pleasure of everyday things and rituals. There’s something wonderful in being aware that everything in its moment can be special.
Victoria loves nothing more than being hostess and this year she has been testing out some recipes to have at the ready whatever the occasion.
It’s super busy in the office at the moment with so many of your wanting something Victoria Eggs under the tree, thanks for that by the way. But everyone need’s some quiet time, have a cup of tea and get yourself in to the festive spirit.
Apple cider, dunking apples, crazy sweets, ghost stories, and dressing up in silly costumes! … it’s the night of the year when ghosts, witches, and fairies are particularly active… If you’re a little...
The great British roast dinner, is the very heart of British food and cooking and I love it. Admittedly a traditional roast dinner can be a challenge, juggling all the different elements, and getting the timing just right is what makes it great! Here’s a
The East End has its own unique cockney food delicacies to offer us. The locals call it ‘luvverly grub’ and you can’t call yourself a cockney until you’ve tried a plate of the following Becks and Posh (Nosh!)
We British can be a stickler for proper table manners, and when it comes to quintessential British etiquette, there are few niceties to observe! The best table manners are always those that no one notices.
Top tips to make your picnic perfect. Including British picnic classics such as Scotch eggs, Cornish pasties, pork pies, sausage rolls, quiche, Coronation chicken sandwiches and Eton Mess.
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