The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook

The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook

The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook 

Regardless of whether adjusted from unique plans of the period, duplicated as seen or implied on screen, or normal of the time, every one of the plans mirror the impacts found on the Downton Abbey tables. Food student of history Annie Gray gives a rich and entrancing understanding away from plain sight of the dishes that were famous somewhere in the range of 1912 and 1926, when Downton Abbey is set — a time of enormous change and struggle, just as culinary turn of events. With a foreword by Gareth Neame, leader maker and co-maker of Downton Abbey, and highlighting more than 100 dazzling shading photos, The Downton Abbey Cookbook additionally remembers an exceptional area for facilitating Downton-themed supper gatherings and presents stills from across the TV arrangement just as the most recent film. Notes on the decorum and customs of the occasions, cites from the characters, and depictions of the scenes in which the food varieties seem give clear setting to the dishes. The plans are gathered by event, which incorporate breakfast; lunch meetings and dinners; evening tea and nursery parties; picnics, shoots and race meets; merriments; higher up supper; ground floor supper; ground floor dinner and tea; the still room.

About the Author
Annie Gray is one of Britain’s leading food historians. She holds degrees from the University of Oxford, as well as York and Liverpool, and is an honorary research associate at the University of York. She is the author of a culinary biography of Queen Victoria: The Greedy Queen, Eating with Victoria (2016), as well as Victory in the Kitchen: The Story of Churchill’s Cook (2020), a biography of Georgina Landemare, Winston Churchill’s longest serving cook. She is also the resident food historian in BBC Radio 4’s popular food panel show, The Kitchen Cabinet, and has both presented and consulted for various British TV productions, including the recent Victoria and Albert: The Wedding (also shown on PBS), and The Sweetmakers. She is also a consultant for the Victorian Way/Mrs. Crocombe series for English Heritage on YouTube. She works generally as a consultant to the heritage industry on historic food and dining, and worked for many years as a costumed interpreter, leading the service wing team at the award-winning Audley End House (English Heritage). She is a huge fan of a proper suet pudding.
Love this book! Not only because I loved the show, but also the recipes and history within are amazing. I baked the orange two layer cake from the Afternoon tea & garden parties section and it was amazing. Delicate and light half of it was gone in one afternoon. I also tried the curry shrimp from the upstairs dinner section and it was deliciously spicy and flavorful. Easy to follow recipes with great turn out. Recipes are easy to find as well. --Joanna Sadiq

I love this book!!! I've already made the sausage rolls, and can't wait to make more recipes. It definitely is a must have for any baker or cook that loves Downton Abbey. It's fun to also read some of the history and insights into why certain recipes would fit perfectly into the Crawley household. --R. Pettit 

Wasn't expecting so many beautiful photos or so much food history. Not sure I will actually prepare any of the "upstairs" recipes. My taste buds run more toward the "downstairs" fare and some of those recipes look yummy. My favorite scenes on Downton Abbey were the ones in the kitchen with Mrs. Patmore and Daisy so this cookbook satisfies my wish to view the show and the recent movie again. Even a non cook who is a Downton Abbey fan will enjoy this book. For instance, my husband doesn't cook and he thought the book was gorgeous. What a beautiful job they did producing this book. It's ever bit as rich and visual as the show and the movie were! --K. Hiseley 

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