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"Confections from the Netherfield dessert you will have missed if you blinked when watching the programme! All designed for consuming with sweet wines. The Prince of Wales biscuits in the foreground, emblazoned with the iconic feathers emblem of the Regent, were made from Joseph Bell's 1817 recipe."  http://foodhistorjottings.blogspot.pt/2013/05/pride-and-prejudice-having-ball.html

Sweets designed for consuming with sweet wines. Prince of Wales biscuits in the…

Regency Queen Cakes for Jane Austen's Afternoon Tea Party. Photo by Happyliltumtum

Regency Queen Cakes for Jane Austen's Afternoon Tea Party

Regency Queen Cakes For Jane Austens Afternoon Tea Party Recipe - Genius Kitchen

Food History Jottings: Some Regency Biscuits

Some Regency period biscuits: millefruit biscuits, sweetmeat biscuits, filbert biscuits and rolled wafers; Prince of Wales biscuit, spice biscuits, and more rolled wafers. Made by Ivan Day for the BBC production "Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball".

A banquet of sweetmeats. This sugary assemblage is dominated by a 'standard' in the form of an edible banquetting house sited in an edible...

A 'cut laid tart' made from a design published in Robert May's The Accomplisht Cook (London: The tart consists of two sections. The lower contains baked fruit, the top is ornamented with pastry and the interstices filled with fruit pastes and preserves.

I confess my daughters and I are in the throes of a Regency era obsession. In two weeks, we are attending the Jane Austen Festival in Louisville, sponsored by the Greater Louisville Region of the J…

Jane Austen’s Chocolate Biscuits

Chocolate Biscuits a la Jane Austin Cookbook // Lots of Jane Austen recipes!

Jane Austen: Brown Butter Bread Pudding Tarts #Austenism #Funinthekitchen

Jane Austen: Brown Butter Bread Pudding Tarts

Food History Jottings

Food History Jottings: More Edible Artistry - a profiterole pudding - cream puffs set in lightly jelled custard

Food History Jottings: Trayne Roste - A Fifteenth Century English Spit Cake

Trdelník, sometimes called chimney cake because of its hollow cylindrical form If you have ever been to Prague at Christmas time y.

Catherine’s stunning recreation of an 18th century sweet spinach tart proved to be a very enjoyable dessert. The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies. http://lostcookbook.wordpress.com/

Catherine’s stunning recreation of an century sweet spinach tart proved to be a very enjoyable dessert. The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies.

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