We brought the #TasteofWales to our nationwide #Foodiechats Community with sponsor Visit Wales on Monday, August 28th! We created an online conversation about Where To Stay, What To Do, and or course What To Eat while exploring Visit Wales. Be sure to take a look around on visitwales.com to plan your next adventure.
“Feed Me ‘Til I Want No More”
“One of the most recognisable songs sung at Wales rugby matches features the rousing refrain “Feed Me ‘Til I Want No More”. When we read this on VisitWales.com we were hooked on wanting to Visit Wales…Wales has a wealth of organic farmers’ markets, artisan producers, food festivals, and award-winning restaurants, ensure the taste of Wales is one to really savour…”
“The Leek is the national emblem of Wales”
We’ve learned so much already about all of the amazing Welsh food traditions. Wales is known for Welsh Lamb, Award Winning Cheese, Independent breweries and vineyards, and more! In fact did you know that the Leek is the national emblem of Wales? Take a look see through other Welsh food traditions.
National Welsh Rarebit Day “What is Welsh Rarebit?”
Another notable Welsh food tradition is Welsh Rarebit…What is that? That’s what we wanted to know…Here it is, and you’ll be so happy that you’ll want to enjoy this dish on #NationalWelshRarebitDay September 3, 2017.
Welsh rarebit, also known as Welsh rabbit, is a dish made with a savoury sauce of melted cheese and various other ingredients and served hot, after being poured over slices of toasted bread, or the hot cheese sauce may be served in a chafing dish like a fondue, accompanied by sliced, toasted bread. The names of the dish originate from 18th-century Britain. Despite the name, the dish does not actually contain any rabbit. There you have it! Melted Cheese on Toasted Bread – We’re in…we now fully understand why this dish has it’s very own national food holiday.
8 Welsh Rarebit Must Try Recipes