Desserts, Isabella Beaton (Victorian, not Georgian, but some of the dishes are traditional)

Desserts, Isabella Beaton (Victorian, not Georgian, but some of the dishes are traditional)

"I'd like to have fruit suspended in some gelatinous substance that was formed in the shape of a nipple," said no one ever.

"I'd like to have fruit suspended in some gelatinous substance that was formed in the shape of a nipple," said no one ever.

A Jelly made using a macedoine mould in my collection    Perhaps the most singular culinary expression of the advance of the Industrial Re...

A Jelly made using a macedoine mould in my collection Perhaps the most singular culinary expression of the advance of the Industrial Re...

A couple of glamorous victorian entremets in my kitchen      Just a quickie. I have just spent a couple of days filming with a BBC crew ma...

A couple of glamorous victorian entremets in my kitchen Just a quickie. I have just spent a couple of days filming with a BBC crew ma...

Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies | Food History Jottings

Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies | Food History Jottings

Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management - Circa 1861 - Free Downloads -Public Domain Images

Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management - Circa 1861 - Free Downloads -Public Domain Images

10. Welcome the New Year with a renewed commitment to healthy living. Image from Isabella Mary Beeton's 'The Book of Household Management'. London, 1892. © The British Library Board

10. Welcome the New Year with a renewed commitment to healthy living. Image from Isabella Mary Beeton's 'The Book of Household Management'. London, 1892. © The British Library Board

MIEL & RICOTTA: BEVANDE, CONFETTURE e MACEDONIE

MIEL & RICOTTA: BEVANDE, CONFETTURE e MACEDONIE

Food History Jottings: Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies

Food History Jottings: Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies

"Macedoine Jelly Revisited" from Food History Jottings - Photo of recreations of 1870s maraschino fruit macedoine jellies by British food historian, Ivan Day, made using a mould from the period.

"Macedoine Jelly Revisited" from Food History Jottings - Photo of recreations of 1870s maraschino fruit macedoine jellies by British food historian, Ivan Day, made using a mould from the period.

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