Regency Advertisements: Wigleworth’s Wine

  This ad appeared in the January 1818 La Belle Assemblee, proclaiming the availability of every hero’s favorite drink (he at least likes one of them, and if he is a rakehell, all of them).

Regency Reader Questions: A Cheesy Question

  A Cheesy QuestionIn the c. 1832 publication, “Whom to Marry and How to Get Married…,” there is a description on pg 24 that implies that it is horrifyingly uncouth for a young lady to actually say “cheese.” (It’s also apparently uncouth to say “cabbage,” which should be referred to only as “greens.”) However, I have not found a single reference that says why it … Expand

Regency Dish: Butter for Winter

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Its that time of year where we are putting the summer things away and getting ready for winter. In a Regency estate, it also may be the time to set aside some butter for winter. This recipe comes from the 1808 The Female Economist.