Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | November 11, 2010

Rabbits en Casserole and more…

Class of 11/11/2010

A good plain Bun… (previous blog) was just one of the receipts that students prepared at my 19th century hearth cookery class at Historic Speedwell.  At left, is pictured the class minus a Father and 8th grade daughter who took the class for her history project!  Our dinner consisted of Rabbits en Casserole (1801), Pork Pie (1837),  Fried Parsneps (1845), Eve’s Pudding (1837), Potato Chesecakes (1806) and A good plain Bun, that may be eaten with or without toasting and Butter (1806)  The class did excellent work and we ALL learned much and ate very very well!

Hearth cooking classes and workshops make excellent gifts for the “foodie” on your gift list.  Gift certificates are available for my Chocolate Workshop 2/5/2011 and my next 18th Century Hearth Cooking Class 3/19/2011.  See my website for more information.  Click the Current Class tab.  If you want more information e-mail me at  Happy Cooking!

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