Shrewsbury Cakes: "The earliest recorded Shrewsbury Cake goes back to 1621 (murrell) and was flavored with nutmeg and rosewater".
Shrewsbury Cakes: An Elizabethan Cookbook (Photo by @Scot Woodman)
Williamsburg Shrewsbury Cakes | Sugar Pie's Food
A Taste of History with Joyce White: Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway!
“Cooking in the Archives” sets out to find, cook, and discuss recipes from cookbooks produced between 1600 and
Shrewsbury Cakes: The Best Way to Use Caraway! (Shrewsbury Cakes are actually just round, crisp, brittle, and buttery shortbread biscuits or cookies. )
Shrewsbury Cakes -- Cooking in the Archives
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...