Here’s a courtly recipe from sixteenth century Transylvania; an apple porridge fit for a Prince.
How do you like your apple dumplings? Here are the simple-to-follow recipes for two Victorian-era options.
Here’s a nineteenth century apple-based batter pudding, to warm you cockles and stick to your ribs on an Autumn evening.
Spiced apple puree, sugar, eggs and cream, baked in a pastry case? It’s a nineteenth century apple quiche, surely?
This nineteenth century recipe for a bread and butter / baked apple hybrid pudding sounds simple, substantial and rather tasty.
In which I have a go at re-creating a historical orchard recipe for the first time… with rather delicious results.
Here’s a boozy, spicy version of an apple fritter recipe from Mrs Smith’s no-nonsense book of household management receipts.
Here’s a quick and easy Victorian-era recipe that combines two of my very favourite ingredients and then glazes them with a red-hot shovel.
Atlas Obscura is a website of the world’s weird and wonderful stuff, and some of it is distinctly orchard flavoured.
Here’s an eighteenth century recipe for another baked apple dish, although perhaps this is one you shouldn’t try at home…