- Apricot Marmelade and Apricot “Cakes”
A selection of delectable Apricot delights, such as those served in Sense and Sensibility
- Mrs. Martin’s Mashed Turnips
A lovely change from the ordinary mashed potatoes or boiled vegetable side dish.
- Conserve of Roses, boiled
A lovely way to make your roses last just a little bit longer.
- To Dress Broccoli
Eliza Ketelby Rundell’s recipe for Broccoli
- Crawford’s Crumpets for Tea
Enjoy a Regency Tea Time Treat
- In Love with “La Pomme D’Amour”
Preserving summer’s favorite fruit: Tomatoes, or, as the French have it, “Love Apples”
- Lavender Shortbread
Kelly Epstein shares her recipe for this delightful summer treat
- Bubble and Squeak
Regency comfort food!
- Waffles for Lady Day
The perfect treat for any time of day.
- Scotch Eggs
A hearty snack claimed by Fortnum and Mason
- Gooseberry Cheese
Jamming June Fruits
- Havest Jellies: Hartshorn, Cranberry and Orange
A collection of Autumn colors and tastes
- Brawn: A favorite Christmas treat
Sausage or Head Cheese it was a period favorite
- Naples Bisket or Sponge Cake
Large, small, or any size at all, this cake is a classic favorite.
- English Muffins
The history of a Tea Time staple
- To Make Salamongundy
Could this popular salad have connections to a nursury rhyme?
- Mr. Woodhouse’s Thin Gruel
Wholesomeness for Every Constitution
- Pickling Plums and Other Indigestibles
Keeping Summer all year long…
- The Spices of Life
Healthy Diets and Hearty Appetites in the Colonies
A traditional Halloween treat
- Mashed Potatoes for Christmas
Part of the traditional Christmas Dinner
- Clotted cream
The staple of a Devonshire Tea
- Peach Preserves
Keeping Summer fruit all year long
- Blanched Asparagus
“There is nothing grandmama loves better than… asparagus…”
- Yorkshire Pudding
A Sunday Dinner Staple
- Make your Own Butter
Create your own homemade Bread and Butter– a teatime treat.
- Bath Buns
This city’s gastronomic contribution to the world.
- Boiled Eggs for Easter: Dying Methods and Uses
Serle understands boiling an egg better than any body…
- Biscuits & Marmalade
“…A short and compendious history of Miss Debary!” ~Jane Austen, 1798
- Black Butter
“But as to our black butter. . . it is all gone.”
- All the Delights of the Season
…the beautiful pyramids of grapes, nectarines, and peaches soon collected them round the table…