Shrewsbury Cakes: "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater".

Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway -- "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater" : A Taste of History with Joyce White

Raleigh Tavern Shrewsbury Cakes (cookies) The earliest Shrewsbury cakes may have been cookies. Jean Agra, of Hockessin sent this recipe, used at the Raleigh Tavern Bake Shop in Williamsburg, Virginia. 1/4 cup unsalted butter 1/4 cup shortening 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons grated orange peel 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg 3 tablespoons milk 2 cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons cream of tartar Sugar for coating Cream the butter, shortening, and sugar. (I would...

Raleigh Tavern Shrewsbury Cakes (cookies) The earliest Shrewsbury cakes may have been cookies. Jean Agra, of Hockessin sent this recipe, used at the R

A Taste of History with Joyce White: Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway!

Shrewsbury Cakes: "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater".

Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway! (Shrewsbury Cakes are actually just round, crisp, brittle, and buttery shortbread biscuits or cookies. )

Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway! (Shrewsbury Cakes are actually just round, crisp, brittle, and buttery shortbread biscuits or cookies.

When is a cake not a cake? When it's a cookie! What we would term a "cookie" today was called a "cake" in the 18th century thanks to our Bri...

When it's a cookie! What we would term a "cookie" today was called a "cake" in the century thanks to our Bri.

One Perfect Bite: 50 Women Game-Changers in Food - #10 Hannah Glasse and Mrs. Beeton - Excellent Rolls and Shrewsbury Cakes

One Perfect Bite: 50 Women Game-Changers in Food - Hannah Glasse and Mrs. Beeton - Excellent Rolls and Shrewsbury Cakes

When is a cake not a cake? When it's a cookie! What we would term a "cookie" today was called a "cake" in the 18th century thanks to our Bri...

When it's a cookie! What we would term a "cookie" today was called a "cake" in the century thanks to our Bri.

Shrewsbury Cakes: "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater".

Shrewsbury Cakes: "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater".

A Taste of History with Joyce White: Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway!

A Taste of History with Joyce White: Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway!

An 18th century recipe for Shrewsbury cakes from The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies

Shrewsbury cakes

One Perfect Bite: 50 Women Game-Changers in Food - #10 Hannah Glasse and Mrs. Beeton - Excellent Rolls and Shrewsbury Cakes

One Perfect Bite: 50 Women Game-Changers in Food - Hannah Glasse and Mrs. Beeton - Excellent Rolls and Shrewsbury Cakes

Shrewsbury Cakes from Shropshire

Much of my information about Shrewsbury cakes/biscuits has come from ‘The Taste of Britain’ , by Laura Mason and Catherine Brown. For anyo.

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