February 18, 2011


I’m really excited to announce a brand new Conversions and Equivalents page on Eating for England! You can check it out right now on the top bar of the blog.

It only makes sense for a transatlantic blog like this one to provide the tools for people on both sides of the pond to make the recipes you see featured here.

As I mention at the top of the page, since I live, cook, and bake in the U.S., the measurements and language you’ll find on Eating for England are mostly adapted for the American reader, but if you use British measurements then this page is for you!

The page features everything from temperature conversions to volume, weight, and food-specific equivalents. And for those of you who are downright confused by some of the stuff I say, there’s a list of common ingredients “translated” as well as a list of meanings for British food slang.

Cups, eggplant, Fahrenheit – everything that makes non-Americans cross-eyed is now easily explained.

If you have questions, feedback, or would like to see something else added to the page, please don’t hesitate to let me know.


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