- Ship’s Biscuit
Ship’s Biscuit was one of the staples of Naval cuisine, at least for the enlisted man (Jane Austen mentions that her mother preserved several hams for her sea bound officer son to take with him…) This type of food, however, would have been no stranger to the sea faring Austen brothers. Made of flour, salt ...
- 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…