I’ll have the Scollop of Oysters, hartychokes, cold lobster, and olive pudding!
Winterthur has in their collections the Dinner Book of Robert Jocelyn, First Viscount of Jocelyn and one time Lord Chancellor of Ireland. The book includes drawings of his daily dinner table, indicating where the dishes of food were placed, and dates from 1740-1751. It’s an incredible document for anyone interested in dining history and eighteenth century foodways. Visit the interactive digital feature at Winterthur’s website.
Dinner in August. From Robert Jocelyn’s Dinner Book. Folio 219. Winterthur Library.
[…] of eighteenth century table maps (see my post on Winterthur’s Robert Jocelyn dinner journal here and visit the Winterthur digital interactive feature here). In The British Housewife (1756) I […]