Desserts, Isabella Beaton (Victorian, not Georgian, but some of the dishes are traditional)
Food, Drink, and Dining in the Georgian Era
"I'd like to have fruit suspended in some gelatinous substance that was formed in the shape of a nipple," said no one ever.
Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies | Food History Jottings
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management - Circa 1861 - Free Downloads -Public Domain Images
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Cabbage Stew, Mish me Lakra, Albanian Food, Albanian Recipes
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
Pineapple flummery from 1790s Wedgewood mould
"Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies" from Food History Jottings - In the 19th century, elaborate molded jellies were popular desserts; this blog post goes into some examples of the layered molds chefs used and the yummy eye candy they created.
Food History Jottings: Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies