Tudor recipes for children recipes

Tried & Tested in Maidstone, Kent

Tried & Tested in Maidstone, Kent

It’s set in a very quaint tudor building on the high street. Family and friends started asking me for my recipes and so I decided to start blogging them online
Bank Holiday bonanza at Food Connections…

Bank Holiday bonanza at Food Connections…

You can learn how to make sauerkraut and dumplings, cook with the seasons, make the most of your leftovers, improve your knife skills and hear from some of Bristol’s best chefs who will be sharing recipes, tips and ideas
Saffron turkey

Saffron turkey

I remember searching the library books and browsing the online sources, looking for the authentic recipes of the period
Launceston: Cornwall’s First City

Launceston: Cornwall’s First City

Whilst Launceston might not actually be the capital, nor is it even a city, it is still an important and partially-forgotten piece of Cornwall’s history

J is for... Juniper junket, jasmine jelly and jumbles

Moving forward in time from the mediaeval era, I looked to a Tudor classic. It was traditionally made with cream, flavoured with spices and rose water and set with rennet, but it began to fall from fashionable favour in Tudor times as syllabubs became the vogue pudding of the day