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Downton Recipes Index

I trust you will find this index helpful in your search for the perfect Downton dish to serve to fellow Downton fans for tea or cocktails. Recipes by meal are listed and I have also provide links to my online guides.

SPOILER ALERT: if you haven’t seen all episodes, you may wish to quickly scroll down to the bottom to collect the recipe. My book Abbey Cooks Entertains contains many of these recipes and more, a total of 220. I still share little stories with each dish, but get right down to business. There is a whole section on holiday entertaining and stocking your larder. Take a peak inside.

Famous Downton Dishes

The salty meringue pudding

The famous raspberry meringue pudding (ITV)

Hosting Guides

Canada AM

Throw a Downton tea party…on national TV (click to view video clip)

Romantic Dinners

AlmondMacaroons_Valentines

almond macaroons

Creating a special romantic meal can be as simple as making everything heart shaped, including sandwiches.

Appetizers  

Main Courses:  keep it light

Sweets for the Sweet

Breakfast/Brunch

Breakfast at Downton

S1E1 Breakfast at Downton (ITV)

Afternoon Tea

Taking tea outside

Always time for tea (Carnival Films)

Garden Party

Covered dining at Downton garden party

Covered dining at Downton garden party (ITV)

Think of garden parties of the Downton era as “tea outside”.  You can make any of the tea recipes and cakes from other sections of this index for your garden party.  In addition you will delight your guests with cold meats and salads, and ices (ice creams).

Dining with the Crawleys

Dining for Edwardians was serious business

Dining was Serious Business (Carnival Films)

Downstairs in the Servants Hall

ServantsHall

Food downstairs was substantial to help fuel the staff (ITV)

Drinks

Pantry/Larder

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13 thoughts on “Downton Recipes Index”

  1. Enjoying this! Thanks!

  2. Hi,

    I’am a French Canadian and I would love to have your book, but do you think it’s possible to have one in French?

  3. The cookbook might be critical for my collection!

  4. Hello,
    I love your blog. It’s wonderful! I really appreciate that you include links to many interesting articles about Downton Abbey, in addition to the recipes and food chat.

  5. Thank you so Much for posting these recipes.. I will really enjoy making them..

  6. My grandmother had an old, silverfish ridden copy of Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Household Management. No doubt, Mr. Carson had a copy of that lying around. I could spend a couple of hours pouring over that. Brawn was not mother’s favorite dinner though, I need a strong stomach to prepare that. Where does one find a calf’s head?

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