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.
Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies | Food History Jottings
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management - Circa 1861 - Free Downloads -Public Domain Images
MIEL & RICOTTA: BEVANDE, CONFETTURE e MACEDONIE
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
Food History Jottings: Macedoine and Other Eccentric Jellies
A Victorian macedoine mould. The inner liner allowed a hollow to be created in the jelly which could be carefully filled with an arrangement of fruit.
"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.