I first heard of Banoffee pie while watching Love Actually, one of my favorite movies. Juliet offers Mark, her husband’s best friend, who is secretly in love with her (crazy, I know, but we don’t chose who we fall in love with) a piece of Banoffee pie as she stopped by his house to search for the video of her wedding. I had no clue what Banoffee pie was and didn’t bother to look it up. However, a few days ago I found a recipe for Banoffee Pie in the British cooking magazine Good Food. I paid a whopping $10 for one issue of the magazine but I could hardly resist it given my infatuation with almost anything British which comes mainly from movies, books and British actors like Colin Firth and Richard Armitage. In case you don’t know who Richard Armitage is, you absolutely have to watch North and South, the BBC series made after Elizabeth Gaskell’s novel. I digress. Back to Banoffee pie!