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How to Make Hardtack: A Cracker That Will Last A Century

Hardtack is a cracker made from flour, salt, and water. If you store it properly, it will last for decades. Here's how to make it.

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Colonial Williamsburg | The World's Largest Living History Museum

Experience the largest outdoor educational living museum in the country, through immersive and authentic 18th-century programming for our guests.

Plum Flummery, popular in Britain in the century onwards, recipe here Old Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Recipies, Medieval Recipes, Ancient Recipes, Flummery, Colonial Recipe, English Food

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Turns out that "English Plum Pudding" was also a favorite Thanksgiving dessert in nineteenth-century New England. Don't think about those stolid plum puddings you've eaten or read about. This 1844 beauty is just as scrumptious as it looks. Medieval Recipes, Ancient Recipes, Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Vintage Food, Colonial Recipe, War Recipe, Irish Recipes, English Recipes

Keith Stavely and Kathleen Fitzgerald - Cooking (and Contemplating) New England

This website is maintained by Keith Stavely and Kathleen Fitzgerald, authors of United Tastes: The Making of the First American Cookbook, Northern Hospitality: Cooking by the Book in New England and America's Founding Food: The Story of New England Cooking.

Old Fashioned English Lavender Tea Scones Tried it. Used 1 tsp dried lavender and they were very nice. Subtle flavour, not overwhelming at all. Lavender Scones, Lavender Tea, Lavender Fields, Tea Scones Recipe, English Scones, Biscuits, Culinary Lavender, Lavender Recipes, Muffins

Old Fashioned English Lavender Tea Scones Recipe - Food.com

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When I was back home in England recently, I visited a local lavender farm called Wold's Way Lavender in North Yorkshire; we had tea and these delicious lavender scones in their delightful little tea room; this is my attempt to recreate those scones - using some of my home-grown culinary lavender from the garden here in France! I have made them several times now and they have turned out just as I remembered them, especially good if split whilst still warm, buttered and spread with lavender…

Regency Cupcakes - Queen Cakes by Karen Burns Booth Cupcake Recipes, Cupcake Cakes, Dessert Recipes, Cupcakes, Jane Austen, Queen Cakes, Cupcake Queen, Great British Chefs, Cream Tea

Regency cupcakes - Queen cakes recipe - Great British Chefs

What exactly is a cupcake? When does a fairy cake become a cupcake? When does a cupcake become a fairy cake? Karen ponders these questions and also shares a recipe for the original British Cupcake - Queen Cakes.

Rows of Pots & Jugs. Antique Crocks, Old Crocks, Antique Stoneware, Stoneware Crocks, Antique Pottery, Earthenware, Pottery Art, Glazes For Pottery, Glazed Pottery

Poore | Brian Vanden Brink - Architectural Photographer

Poore | Brian Vanden Brink - Architectural Photographer

History is Served: Recipes from Colonial Williamsburg -- Sugar Cakes: Retro Recipes, Old Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Cookie Recipes, Colonial Recipe, Sugar Cake, Old Fashioned Recipes, Vintage Cookbooks, Wonderful Recipe

Colonial Williamsburg | The World's Largest Living History Museum

Experience the largest outdoor educational living museum in the country, through immersive and authentic 18th-century programming for our guests.

Regency Queen Cakes for Jane Austen& Afternoon Tea Party. Photo by Happyliltumtum Jane Austen, French Tart, Tea Recipes, Party Recipes, Welsh Recipes, English Recipes, Queen Cakes, Individual Cakes, Cake Mixture

Regency Queen Cakes for Jane Austen's Afternoon Tea Party Recipe - Food.com

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A wonderful and very well known Regency recipe for individual cakes studded with fruit and flavoured with rosewater and almonds; I am sure Jane Austen would have served these for afternoon tea on dainty plates with her bone china cups and saucers! I remember making these with my Mum when I was little, and of course licking the wooden spoon and scraping out the mixing bowl! They are easy to make and are delicious with an afternoon cuppa or for a lunch box treat. I have not found out the true…

Chelsea Buns : "History is Served" presented by Colonial Williamsburg Historic Foodways Old Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Gourmet Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Midevil Food, Chelsea Bun Recipe, Renaissance Food, Colonial Recipe, Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg | The World's Largest Living History Museum

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Some Regency Biscuits

Some Regency period biscuits. In the foreground are millefruit biscuits, sweetmeat biscuits, filbert biscuits and rolled wafers. The round biscuits on the plate in the middle printed with the feathers emblem are Prince of Wales biscuit. In the background can be seen some spice biscuits and more rolled wafers. I made these for the dessert served after the supper in the BBC production Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball. Other than the Prince of Wales Biscuits, these were all made from recipes…

The National Trust Heritage Lemon Curd: Crock Pot or Traditional. Photo by French Tart. Perfect to spread on bread and butter, Scones or as a filling in mini tart shells. Slow Cooker Recipes Dessert, Crockpot Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Crockpot Deserts, French Tart, Lemon Curd Recipe, Cake Fillings, Crock Pot Slow Cooker, My Recipes

The National Trust Heritage Lemon Curd: Crock Pot or Traditional Recipe - Food.com

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A wonderful classic British preserve. Spread it thickly on fresh baked bread, crumpets, muffins or hot buttered toast. It's also delicious on pancakes and if used as a filling for cakes or tarts - such as my Recipe #176514. This recipe has the benefit of being made in the Crock Pot/Slow Cooker, acting as a bain marie which allows you time to being doing other things in the kitchen! I have also given instructions for the more traditional method if you don't have a slow cooker. A jar or two…