Hints to the Regency Housewife on becoming a “Lady Patroness”.
Posted in Customs and Manners, Uncategorized Also tagged bones, broth, Domestic Cookery, Emma, hints, household, new system of domestic cookery, poor, Pride and Prejudice, RUNDELL, soup, water
The birth of English Bone China
Posted in Arts and Entertainments, Regency History Also tagged blue italian, blue onion, blue willow, china, cobalt, cooking with jane austen and friends, creamware, dinner, dresden, earthenware, history, Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey, Regency, spode, staffordshire, transferware, wedgwood
Photographer, film maker and friend of the Festival Owen Benson has edited together some highlights of last year’s Jane Austen Festival. Such a colourful event with costumes, music, food and dance in abundance.
Arranging your table for dinner
I shall eat ice and drink French wine, and be above vulgar economy. - Jane Austen
Benjamin Franklin’s happiest invention
A Favorite Christmas Dish
“There is nothing grandmama loves better than… asparagus…”
My mother means to pay herself for the salt and the trouble of ordering it to be cured by the sparibs.
Posted in Main Dishes Also tagged boar, carodiocs, Cassandra Austen, Cheesedown, main dishes, marinade, pork, pork Jane Austen, Regency, regency recipes, spare ribs