The British Larder is a online hub for foodies, driven and updated by a food fanatic.

To spread the word, share experiences and take part I have set up a few British Larder pages on some social networks.

To take part in the British Larder community join me on the following sites….


There is something magical about tastespotting, I love it for a few very simple reasons: 1. I can save my favourties and go back to look/ read and admire them. 2. I can load my favourite posts form my site and share my wisdom with people from all over the world. 3. It’s easy to use and easy to navigate! I love the professional simplicity about it! Follow The British Larder on Tastespotting…. go on have fun, it’s magical!


Foodgawker is a brilliant site where I can share my passion with others and visa versa. I have already made plently of foodgawking friends. I can save my favourites and visit when I want to.


Twittering on twitter suits my personality best, as I am constantly nattering away. Most of the time it’s about food and food and recipes and more food. I twitter about new recipes that I’m work on for the British Larder and anything that inspires me as a food fanatic. Follow the British Larder on Twitter.


I love Flickr, it’s a perfect photo management and sharing site that allows you to show off your photos to your network of friends. I’ve set up a The British Larder group on Flickr, take part and join the group. If you happened to make some of the recipes from the British Larder site, you can share your photos with the rest of us by simply tag the photo with British Larder. Your photo will show up on the British Larder page along with everyone else’s British Larder adventures.


For the die hard socialites amongst the fans of the British Larder I have set up The British Larder page. Add yourself as a fan and I’ll keep you updated with new developments on the British Larder website.

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Keep up to date with the British Larder, via our Google+ page.

A big thank you to the team at Saveur magazine HQ for loving the British Larder and gave it a honorary badge of Best of the Web. They in particular liked my Coconut and Coriander Half Roast Chicken Recipe, Date and Earl Grey Tea Madeleines with Muscavado Dip and last but not least this delicious Forest Cappuccino with Beefsteak Mushroom Croustades recipes.