Three Facts You Didn’t Know about Fast Food in Victorian London

What’s the first thing we jump to when we think of so-called “fast food” in late Victorian London? Fish and chips, right? And of course there are always the vendors who sold fruit such as oranges and apples to passersby who got the munchies. But here are three types of Victorian ready-made food vendors you may not always think of, discussed by Neil R. Storey in his book A Grim Almanac of Jack the Ripper’s London, 1870-1900. Read More Three Facts You Didn’t Know about Fast Food in Victorian London