Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen These items are nearly all in the collection of Nº 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today. However Box irons were filled with coals and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons.
Granny & Student 16x20. Hmmm. Not bad, but it could be improved. The stationary washtub would serve more of a purpose if it became a pantry. The table and chairs take up way too much space. I might use a narrow expandable table and 2 chairs and move the whole thing closer to the kitchen. Most of this house is devoted to things you spend very little time doing- cooking, eating, bathing, sleeping -compared to living!
When I was a young kid one or other of us in turn occasionally used to be allowed to wreak havoc in the kitchen. I used to make the most mess - but the best cakes! This is a recipe I asked for from the elderly Scottish pastry cook who used to live opposite. She even had me bake it one time in HER kitchen - none of my siblings were so privileged - boy was I was smug about that! She used to bring over some of the most amazing goodies! I have searched and baked and bought, but never found a…
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