If you are reading this post on a full stomach, you might wish to wait before taking this week's poll. Food in the Regency era was varied, to say the least. Tastes in food and drink have changed radically. Whole animals were served at table, for example, such as peacocks or pheasants with heads attached and their tail feathers spread open. While many foods during Jane Austen's era are still recognizable and eaten (roasts, soups, trifles), there are some foods that are no longer popular. Of the following foods served during Jane Austen's day, which would you be most willing to try? You may choose several or tell us why you chose none.
The fried songbirds with bird's nest plate presented to Amanda Price in Lost in Austen