Not to Blame ~1891

A Little Victorian Humor. Happy Tuesday! A little Victorian humor to start your day. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Daily Menu ~1915 Apple Jam ~ 1876 Bain-Marie ~1886

Curious Effects of Imagination ~1855

On Imagination and Food. Check on these next two stories from Soyer's Shilling Cookery for the People, circa 1855. Alexis was a formidable woman expressing self-confidence, wit, and irreverence. Enjoy! She actually has a point on that last part. Now we turn to politics, however... Source: Soyer's Shilling Cookery for the People, 1855. More Fun Discoveries from... Continue Reading →

On Ox Cheeks ~1855

Humorous Ox Cheek Story. Back, once again, with another entertaining excerpt from Soyer's Shilling Cookery for the People, circa 1855. The readers will be reminded that the author writes of accounts working with the Irish peasantry during the potato famine and this current collection of recipes is intended to provide economical and nutritious recipes for... Continue Reading →

Domestic Economy and Bliss in 1877

The Bargain Salmon. Delightful story of domestic mishaps from 1877. Lesson: Don't deceive your wife! Source: Common Sense Papers on Cookery, 1877 - check it out here. More Fun Discoveries Stewed Squirrels Recipe ~1886 Salted Almonds ~1897 Dish of Snow, Whipt Cream ~1866    

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