Links to Welsh food and drink resources.
Order your favorite UK and Irish teas and acessories — Glengettie tea to Typhoo tea, and strainers and infusers to teapots and tea presses. The mail-order company is based in Palm City, Florida and offers secure shopping online.
British Gourmet Ltd.
"If you are FRANTIC for Flakes, BONKERS for Branston or just plain PINING for PG," this site is for you. A London expatriate runs the company from Scottsdale, Arizona.
Cwn Deri Vineyard
A family-run vineyard that produces Pembrokeshire wines, liqueurs and mead (fermented honey and water).
English-American Recipe Translator
If you can't tell a bap from a swede, consult this reference before whipping up any Welsh food recipes.
The Food of Wales
The British Food Trust presents "The Food of Wales" as well as other regional British food. Among other things, the site features about 50 Welsh recipes including photos of the finished products, a British cooking guide, glossary, conversions, and articles on British food history and feasting.
Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese
Among Britain's finest cheeses, Llangloffan cheese is suited for vegetarians. The site details how to cut, store, and eat cheese.
A comprehensive resource for organic food, drink, holidays, and cooking. Includes a calendar of in-season foods, recipes, directories, feature articles, reviews, free e-cards, and more.
Recipe Source: Welsh Recipes
From Aberffraw cakes to Welsh wholemeal bread, the Recipe Source, formerly known as the Searchable Online Archive of Recipes, rounds up about fifty Welsh recipes for you to try.
"The Sweet Lamb of Wales"
An illustrated guide to selecting the best cuts of lamb.
Welsh Food Hampers
Yearning for handmade chocolates or Welsh whiskey? Perhaps some Welsh cheese or chutney? Indulge yourself. Order a hamper of goodies: laverbread and honey, to marmalade and jam, or Welsh teas and coffee.
Welsh Food Focus
Features Welsh recipes, cheeses, food events, food awards, and food-related publications.
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