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What Did a Child of the Aristocracy and Gentry Eat During the Regency Era?

One thing I think ti is important to remember is English children of the aristocracy and gentry classes were traditionally fed their main meal, meaning, usually the meal with meat, in the middle of the day. Such is when most … Continue reading

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“High Tea” in Lake Park

¬†On Saturday, December 2, I joined fifty+ other ladies and gentlemen for tea at the Lake Park Community Center. Ours was the 2 PM service. There were other services, one at noon and another at 4 PM, and the event … Continue reading

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Libations and Treats: Regency Era and Beyond

Beer Casks and Tilting: A stillage is like a pallet or skid but with a cage or sides or some form of support specifically tailored to the material it is intended to carry. Some are designed to be stackable. Oxford … Continue reading

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Summer Banquet Blog Hop~Regency Era Libations

Welcome to Day 4 of the Summer Banquet Hop Giveaway. To be eligible for my giveaway, please leave a comment on the post below or Tweet or Share on Twitter and Facebook. The giveaway ends on Sunday, June 9, 2013. … Continue reading

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