A quick table of contents for the royal dining posts so far (updated January 2017):
- A New Direction
- A History of Royal Food and Feasting
- A royal timeline from Henry VIII to Victoria
- The Spanish Armada
King Henry VIII
- King Henry VIII
- Henry’s Hampton Court Palace
- Sir Francis Drake (c. 1540 – c. 1596)
(a) Maluku Islands
(c) Roanoke Island
(d) The Spice Islands
- 6 Common Misconceptions about Tudor Food
(a) The Tudors: A Quick Q&A
(b) The Tudor Murder Files
- What is Puerperal fever?
- How big did Henry get?
- Did Henry VIII’s Tudor ‘Brexit’ lead to England’s trading glory, or a century of depression?
- Check out Suzanne Rogerson’s great snaps from Hampton Court
- “It’s just like Game of Thrones!”
- Lady Elizabeth Tudor swashbuckling it with the big boys
- It’s time to talk about black Tudors.
- The tragic life of “Bloody” Mary Tudor
- How to make an easy and accurate French hood
- Elizabeth versus the Armada!
- The execution of Anne Boleyn
- Tudor toilet paper!
- The Boleyn Inheritance by Phillipa Gregory
- The dancing plague of 1581
- Full Frontispiece
- Virtual Tudors (with bad teeth) revealed
- Theft of the Queen’s chamber-pot
- A visit to Coughton Court
- Suffering from “the spleen”
- The mysterious Tudor epidemic that killed thousands… — EverythingTudorBlog
The Birth of Edward VI
- The Great Tudor Kitchens
- What was on the menu?
(a) What about the poor?
(b) Meet the cockenthrice
(c) Were there any leftovers?
(d) Bread and the Tudors
(e) Skirt: The forgotten Tudor vegetable
(f) Lent in Tudor Times
- Dining at Hampton Court
- Where did the ingredients come from?
- Prince Edward’s Christening
- The christening procession of Edward VI
- Who was in the line-up?
- Eltham Palace
Queen Elizabeth I
- Moving on: Elizabethan England
- Queen Elizabeth I
- The impact of expansion on Elizabethan eating
- Queen Elizabeth’s sweet tooth
- Elizabethan England: Quick Facts
- Ralegh in the Tower of London
- Walter Ralegh: the heroic traitor