Alexia’s London: Supper Oct. 9, 1876

Alexia Tea

Supper for Today, 1876, in a London Townhouse

  • Partridge Soup ~ bird on the bone stewed with ham, onion, celery, mutton, & peppercorns
  • Cold Roast Beef, Broiled ~ topped with fried potato skins that had been season with ketchup, salt & pepper (yes, the Victorians had ketchup & that’s what they called it)
  • Vegetables ~ boiled beets, carrots, & potatoes with a brown butter, sage, & rosemary sauce
  • Boiled Apple Dumpling ~ pudding made with apple, cinnamon, & butter, topped in a boiled crust

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Quote of the Day:
“I would like to find a stew that will give me heartburn immediately, instead of at three o’clock in the morning.”
~ John Barrymore

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