Advert for the Krikorian Brothers' Turkish Roses
Medium: Print on paper
The dessert was one of the most important dishes that a wealthy Victorian hostess had to prepare. There was a great variety of recipes for sweet dishes available at the time, and many held to the philosophy that no pudding could be too rich.
There was also great contemporary interest in trying foreign foods, which would apparently help educate one's palate and increase one's general level of cultural sophistication. This is a leaflet for the Krikorian brother’s Turkish roses, a speciality pudding.