The 1900s was a very meaty decade, it seems. Chops for breakfast, anyone? Kidneys? The family seemed astonished at the amount of meat on the menu. One thing that came up in the 1910s was how the suffragettes had close ties to the vegetarian movement, and I can't blame the female Robshaws for being delighted at their veggie suffragette lunch in 1911, especially after the previous decade's supper of brains in scrambled eggs. That'd put me off meaty things for a fair time.
|The 1900s kitchen was very rudimentary, with a solid-fuel cooker.|
|Fred and Brandon make a hay box|
|Earning four times as much as a land girl. Debbie, you are FREE.|
|NOOOO! (Apparently tinned tomato soup was a luxury, sold at Fortnums.)|