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Christmas Pie.... pretty. Not so sure about the meat filling. Perhaps brie with cranberries and almonds.

.A raised pie being made in a nineteenth copper pie mould from the Earl of Harewood's kitchen. Complete authenticity to period is the hallmark of our replica food.

Beautiful marchpane by food historian Ivan day

Victorian game pie. Recipes from food historian Ivan Day are somewhat difficult to use since they are so old, but it's worth the effort.

Mason Jar Lid Pies... Not everyone has mini pie pans. Everyone has mason jar lids laying around.

Rococo Dessert. To create the food for this setting, Ivan used confectionery recipes from a range of 18thC books and manuscripts. These works included Edward Lambert's The Art of Confectionary (London: c.1750), Hannah Glasse's The Complete Confectioner (London: c.1760), Borella's Court and Country Confectioner (London: 1770), Frederick Nutt's The Complete Confectioner and Robert Abbot's The Housekeeper's Valuable Present (Penrith: 1802). www.historicfood....

Post image for Pear and Cranberry Individual Pies......Roasted Bosc pears blend perfectly with vanilla sugar and tart, fresh cranberries to create a deliciously festive dessert.

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Blueberry Pie Pops-- not so intricate make them look more like poptarts if we do a brunch again. ABs

Pie... Not a recipe but I love what she does with her crusts. Check out Pippis flickr page to see the rest!