- Tea and Britain
- The first dated reference found relating to tea in Britain is from an announcement in the 23rd September 1658 edition of Mercurius Politicus, a magazine owned by journalist, publisher, and pamphleteer Marchmont Needham (1620-1678). Tea would become a ...
- Is it illegal to eat mincemeat pie? Press Run explores this dicey subject
- During the English Civil War, along with the censure of other Catholic customs, mincemeat pies were banned along with some spices such as rosemary and bay leaves. I'm told, in his poem, History of the Rebellion, Marchamont Needham wrote "All plums the ...
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