From Hasteners to Roasters ; A Regency Cooking Convenience

This is a wonderful article for all of us hearth cooks and those who like to eat what we make.While the blog is focused on the Regency period, it also traces the history and development of the pieces.

The Regency Redingote

This past summer, I posted an article here on some of the contraptions which were used for cooking during the Regency. But some of those contraptions have a more complex history and therefore merit more direct focus on their development. One of those is the tin roaster, which was actually developed in the early nineteenth century, and came into common use in many English kitchens during the Regency.

In honor of all those turkeys which will be roasted this coming Thanksgiving, the origins of the tin roaster …

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