Plum Flummery.

A dish very popular through the Georgian era in Britain. I was able to locate a recipe and a image of the dish luckily. Ingredients of Plum Flummery: 2 cups plums, pitted and sliced 1 tablespoon water (optional) 1 (.25 ounce) package unflavored gelatin 1/2 cup hot water 1/2 cup white sugar 2 tablespoons lemon … More Plum Flummery.

Bon Ton.

A dandy (left), opera-hat in hand, bends towards a lady to inspect her necklace through his glass. He has the short waist, high collar, and conspicuous watch-ribbon of the dandies, with long tight pantaloons to the ankle. She wears a short white ball-dress, and holds up a closed fan, a shawl over her left arm. … More Bon Ton.

The Scintillating And Scandalous Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’s

The Small German duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha previously known as Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld was the maternal family of Queen Victoria and the paternal family of her husband and cousin Prince Albert but who were they and what did they do? Well to say they weren’t boring would be an understatement and here is why. Victoria and Albert are … More The Scintillating And Scandalous Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’s

The Red Faced King Of Naples And The Erotic Images Of Pompeii.

(Before we start I should warn that this post will contain some ancient sexual imagery so if anyone is offended by this best skip this one.) This is one amusing story one filled with quite a bit of hypocrisy and immaturity it involves the erotic images found at the Roman city of Pompeii, Pompeii frozen … More The Red Faced King Of Naples And The Erotic Images Of Pompeii.