Bring a much-beloved British dish to your kitchen! This lightened version is as fun to make as it is to eat, and is filled with tasty breakfast spices. Perfect for taking on the go!
Also known as a bergère hat, shallow-crowned, wide-brimmed straw hats were a staple of 18th-Century fashion. Every class wore this style of hat, so class distinction came down to styling and material quality: trims on these hats ranged from no decoration at all to ridiculously elaborate silk-covered, beaded, feathered spectacles. Since I have zero experience trimming… Continue reading Trimming an 18th-Century Shallow Crown Hat
Delicate, airy and simply sweet, this classic angel food cake recipe is sure to make your taste buds sing with joy.
If you've done any amount of digging around the internet looking for how-to's on 18th Century women's clothing, chances are you've stumbled on Kendra Van Cleave's wonderful blog Démodé.
Rich, yet light, chocolatey and sweet, this is the hot cocoa of your dreams, perfect for cozy winter mornings.
As the local 18th-Century Market Fair approached, the weather forecast took a turn for the chilly. I needed something to help stay warm and didn’t want to cover my outfit in a cloak! Enter the muff.
The adventure of creating a complete 18th-Century middle-class woman impression continues with a caraco jacket