Friday, June 15, 2012

Friday video: a Georgian Cook-along

Friday, June 15, 2012
Kitchen of Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Loretta reports:

Following my blog on 18th dessert settings, Susan showed some tempting 18th century desserts.

Here, for your delectation, is a Georgian cook-along from Historic Royal Palaces.






Here’s more on late Georgian era dining.

And here’s more on chocolate.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! I was amazed when he formed the crust/case without a ring/tin, slightly appalled when he beat the eggs with his fingers, and gobsmacked when he used the hot salamander/shovel to glaze the sugar. Thanks for this link.

Kathy

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bluffkinghal said...

Really amazing! I am not sure how the chocolate filling is going to be with the rice flour and stuff ... I prefer pure chocolate :P

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