Let’s talk about one of my favorite things, Gentle Reader, Victorian FOOD!
Here’s all things…
- Planning a Traditional Victorian Dinner Party & A Victorian Meal in Modern Times
- Stocking Your Victorian Kitchen, 1888
- How the Victorians Describe Italian Food
- Weird Victorian Recipe Moment – Sweet Macaroni Pudding
- In Which Tamora Pierce Has Victorian Breakfast Consequences
- Gail’s Favorite Recipes to Cook & Bake
- Gail’s 9 Favorite Dishes, plus 1864 Etiquette & Victorian Food Euphemisms
- Foolish Victorian Food
- A Conflagration of Research: Victorians & Food, Etiquette, Photo Resources
- Victorians Followed These Rules About Dining Etiquette
- The BBC talks Victorian food
And here’s some fun stuff I’ve written about tea over the years…
Gail Carriger & Tea
- How to Throw Your Own Parasol Protectorate High Tea
- How to Throw a Soulless High Tea ~ Inebriating Beverages
- Pairing Gail Carriger Books with Tea & Nibbles
- All About Tea from Gail Carriger! The History of Tea in the Victorian Era
- Tea Glossary and Tea Terms of the 18th and 19th Centuries
- Jane Austen’s Tea Things
This kind of stuff goes to my Chirrup members, because I love them bestest. Sign up here.
“Max was slouched on the steps leading up to his apartment eating a bag of gummy wolf candy,
biting the heads off with relish and staring hard at Skulls.”
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