Welcome to the1810cookbook website!

This website links to a cookbook of 155 recipes and remedies compiled by Jane Winnington-Ingram from 1810 onwards and published, 201 years later, by her great-great-great-grand-daughter Verity Walker.  The 1810 Cookbook is sold in aid of BIM Projects, which runs classical music events for the Scottish Highlands.



OCTOBER 2013                                                                                                                                                                                                           Well this is a surprise!  We may be looking at a reprint!  We had a small supply of cookbooks remaining but there has suddenly been a flurry in sales after the initial rush of orders back in 2011/12.  Welcome to all new readers.  Be sure to post your recipe successes/failures/comments here!  We hope to stage the next BIM weekend in 2014 - watch this space.                                                                                                                                                                                                                4/5/6 NOVEMBER - BIM 2011 A RESOUNDING SUCCESS!

Over 400 people packed the Black Isle Leisure Centre Hall for a memorable Mozart weekend and concert, in part made possible by those who have bought the 1810 Cookbook - so if you performed, came to listen or bought a Cookbook - THANK YOU! 


In a letter signed by her Lady-in-Waiting, Lady Susan Hussey, Her Majesty the Queen describes the 1810 Cookbook as a 'splendid compilation of recipes' and 'a most interesting book', and sends best wishes for our Black Isle Mozart Requiem concert in November.  Wow!

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