Family Dinners For Every Month Typical Regency Era Family dinner foods, featuring main courses of roasted turkey, lamb, pork, beef, and fowl. Other side dishes included soups, veal, ham, hare, fish, vegetables, and oysters. These dishes would be followed by a dessert of some sort, including pastries, apple pie, and almond cakes. From: 1823 Modern System of Domestic Cookery via Google Books (PD-150) Photo editing by Suzi Love. suzilove.com Follow Suzi Love … Continue reading →
I love this book! It’s a funny look at some of the happenings in Regency London. 1807 The Pleasures of Human Life Investigated Cheerfully by John Briton via Google BooksContinue reading →
Apsley House – London’s best Places. Apsley House- The 8th Duke of Wellington still uses part of the building as a part-time residence.Continue reading →
1816 Crossing the Pont des Arts, Paris. Two women crossing the Pont des Arts, which is also known as the Passerelle des Arts. It was built from 1802 to 1804 and was the first Parisian bridge to be made of iron. It was also the first bridge in Paris to be exclusively reserved for pedestrians.
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