Experience the world of Jane Austen like never before with over 50 delicious recipes inspired by Austen's novels, fromEmmaand Pride and Prejudice to Persuasionand Sense and Sensibility, and the author's life in the Regency period.
Written by Robert Tuesley Anderson, this book is the perfect addition to any Jane Austen collection.
From the picnic on Box Hill and the strawberry picking at Donwell Abbey in Emma, to supper at the Netherfield Ball and Mrs. Bennet's family dinners in Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen's novels are full of delicious food that you can recreate at home with this collection of over 50 recipes inspired by her work and her life in Regency England.
Jane Austen's Tablebrings readers a sumptuous array of recipes that capture all the spirit and verve of the food of Jane Austen's world and the Regency era, adapted and reimagined for the modern day. Including recipes such asNetherfield White Soup, Box Hill Picnic Pies, General Tilney's Hot Chocolate, and Summer Berry Delice, this beautiful collection of recipes provides an irresistibly charming experience of Austen's novels like no other.
This beautiful cookbook also features fascinating insights into the food of Jane Austen's world in the form of short essays and recipe notes, making this the perfect addition to any Austen fan's bookshelf.
Recreate the delicious meals, picnics and tidbits from the novels of Jane Austen, and indulge in all the luxury and splendour of the Regency period. Discover food and drink for every occasion, from picnics and suppers to sweet delights for your very own routs and balls.
Immerse yourself in Austen's world and all the pomp and charm of the eighteenth century with detailed notes and essays featured throughout.
About the author: Robert Tuesley Anderson is a writer, poet, and editor living in the Southern Uplands of Scotland. His cookbooks have given him the opportunity to bring together two lifelong enthusiasms: good, home-cooked food and classical literature.
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