Friday, 23 April 2010

Happy St Georges day!!

Today is St Georges day.

St George is the Patron Saint of England.

This is the St Georges day flag

My English friends will already know this, but for my non English friends here are some typically English things....

A London bus!

A nice cuppa, the cure all!!!

Fish and chips, always anointed with lots of salt and vinegar!

A pint of beer - not one of my favourites: but I can tell you, it's very popular with the men!!!!

And of course, typical English Sunday lunch - roast beef and Yorkshire pudding!

Hope you all enjoyed this!

Have a great weekend!

Kindest wishes and love


Kelly said...

Happy St Georges day!!!
The roast beef is looking yummy!!!

Lisa said...

So what's on your menu for today? The roast or fish and chips?!
Lisa x

Biba said...

Hi, love your post! I'm very much in love with your country - have been since I was a girl - and I adore all things British and your pictures just warm my heart!
Happy St George's Day!

RosieP said...

Happy St Georges Day.

Spotted Dick and Custard would have gone down well after the roast!


Alijane said...

Happy St Georges Day Angel.

I love your pics, makes you feel proud to be British all those iconic pictures.


Emma said...

Loved the fish and chips, very iconic of good old GB.
Have a lovely weekend..x

Looking Fab in your forties said...

Fish and chips followed by a cup of tea - yes pleased! Proud to be English! said...

Oh stop it! All my favourite things about being in England!When I was a child and we went to live in Canada, I missed those red buses and all the other so english things! Hey, If you don't want that beer.. pass it over here! Yummmmmmmmmmmmy roast beef too! You have made me hungry for a roast, and its only 9.30 am! Lovely post! Have a happy weekend. suzie xxx

....cupcakesandbiscuits said...

Can I as a Scottish person wish you a happy 'English' day? Is that allowed?
Will my choke on the words or be struck down by a Scottish God of Lightening? To be safe I'll say have a great weekend!!

Michela said...

Happy St Georges day to you!
This Sunday it will be St Mark for us(the Patron Saint of Venice)
Have a good weekend :)

....Petty Witter said...

Nothing like a good cup of tea.

You forgot a dish of curry, I was reading this survey which has it that this has become more of a national dish than fish & chips - not in our household it hasn't, we still prefer our chippie.

AshTreeCottage said...

Happy St Georges Day to you!! I am a huge Anglophile. I would move to the UK in a heartbeat if I did not have to put Bentley in quarantine for six months. Have a great weekend my dear friend!!

Susan and Bentley

LoloDesigns said...

Just left comment on Kelly's post re this. Shock/horror I didn't even know, bad bad lady :o)

Have a lovely one, off to cook me bangers! xx

Stella said...

I have always wanted to ride on a trolley and sit on the upper. I did have fish and chips when we were in London and they don't taste anthing like our here. Is Yorkshire Pudding a sweet pudding like we eat here for dessert? It looks like you drink milk in your tea? Your post just brought all kinds of quetions to mind.

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Happy happy St Georges day, sweet Angel. Would love to bite in these frites ... I have to tell you once again how happy I still am with the gorgeous, pretty tea-for-one set. It makes me smile everyday!
Sending a big hug your way for a great weekend, my friend. xoxo

Claire@AreWeNearlyThereYet said...

The boys and I have celebrated in tradition ENGLISH style this evening, by having a CHINESE!!!
Hee hee! Brill post. xxx

bunny said...

Your post just makes me wanna go to England all the more. Happy St. George Day to you and yours.\


Anonymous said...

Glad to have popped in here and shared my tea with you!

now I want some fish and chips!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

Blueberry Heart said...

St Georges and all thats English summed up in one go!
Have a great weekend

(want those chips now though!!!)
BH x

koralee said...

Sounds like fun....enjoy yourself. xo

Hannah VanderHart said...

Happy St. Georges to you, too!

The roast does look splendid. How yummy!

Sunflowery said...

Oh, I have much to learn... I didn't know about St. George's day... but I enjoyed the post! Hope it was a happy day! :)

Duchess of Tea said...

Oh! darling now I am a little peckish and need a bite to eat. Hope you had a marvellous weekend and an equally lovely week.

Love & Hugs

Martha's Favorites said...

Happy St. George Day! Enjoy a bit of all the English joys! Blessings, Martha

Tracy said...

The memories are coming back looking at all those pics.I miss England.
Happy St.George's Day!!!
Greetings from Canada