Going out for Ice Cream in Regency London ~ by Susan Karsten

If you’ve done a fair amount of reading in the regency genre, you’ll have come across a reference to Gunter’s. I’ve seen it mentioned as a place for a chaperoned daytime outing, and as a purveyor of catering for balls…

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Christmas Candy Regency Style by Laurie Alice Eakes

We are so used to those luscious candies we justify eating at Christmas time—fudge, Godiva chocolates, cherry cordials, etc.—that we don’t consider how little chocolate was available during the Regency, and certainly not in cream-filled or even buttery forms. Mostly,…

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Regency Cookery

English Housewifery Exemplified In above Four Hundred and Fifty Receipts Giving Directions for most Parts of Cookery Elizabeth Moxon published in 1764. This cookbook precedes the regency by about 50 years,but I imagine many of these recipes (or “receipts” as…

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