Nothing is more likely to encourage people to eat a lovely, fresh apple than bringing Satan into the conversation…
Here’s a deliciously simple recipe for making a classic fruit and cream dessert that you’d be foolish not to try yourself.
Christmas pudding, eat your heart out… Georgiana Hill has a year-round combustible dessert recipe for all occasions.
When winter came in 19th century America, it was out with the thin linen cloths to protect the fruit still on the trees.
Anyone for an apple Bavarian cream? Time to dust off your old bunny mould and whip up a boozy Victorian dessert in time for Easter.
Here’s another sweet-sounding baked apple dessert, this time from the early 19th century.
This 19th century recipe is billed as Cheap and Good, and with just four ingredients it should be easy enough to make.
Here’s a snippet from a 19th Century gardening magazine – sounds like it might be interesting to try.
Here’s a C19th recipe for a grape-and-apple jam that seems to be good with all sorts of things.
A record of a rather superb (and rather under-unappreciated) gift to the Horticultural Society of London.