18th-century English cook, author of The British Housewife.
18th-century writer on cookery and confectionery, author of Mrs Mary Eales’s Receipts (1718)
Florence Petty (1 December 1870 – 18 November 1948) was a Scottish cookery writer and broadcaster.
The Gin Craze in the first half of 18th-century Great Britain was a period when the consumption of gin increased rapidly, leading to an epidemic of extreme drunkenness.
Savoury dish once popular in the mill towns of northwest England.
Comedic music hall-song first performed by Harry Champion in 1915, about the types of food preferred by the cockney working classes.
Salad that originated in the French city of Nice, traditionally made of tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, Niçoise olives and anchovies, dressed with olive oil.
Named after the town in Lancashire where it was first made, the Eccles cake is a confection made of flaky pastry filled with currants.
Any kind of roasted and crushed cereal moistened by being mixed with water or milk.
The Rhubarb Triangle covers 9 square miles (23 km2) of West Yorkshire, England between Wakefield, Morley and Rothwell, and is famous for producing early forced rhubarb.