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Striped gelatin, known traditionally in Britain as "ribband jelly," tastes as good as it looks with a mix of raspberry and blancmange flavors. The recipe comes from the "Jellymongers" book, by Harry Parr and Sam Bompas.Also try: Champagne and Summer Fruit Wedding Jelly.

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To ensure even cooking, roast must first be left at room temperature for about two hours before being placed in the oven. Do not use a nonstick pan for this recipe; it will yield fewer cooked-on bits of flavorful juices. Serve the meat with its traditional side dish, Yorkshire Pudding.

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Kippers, or cured herring, is a British institution. According to Alan Davidson, a food historian and the author of "The Oxford Companion to Food," this dish originated as a way to preserve the herring; but the curing process -- involving salting, drying, and cold smoking -- imparted such a delicious flavor to the fish, the dish has remained a favorite among the English.