Here you go. All food was made with polymer clays. Some of them are on their final plate/platter/bowl, some are on temporary dishes until the proper dishes arrive.
A fish dinner with cauliflower au gratin, peas, and, somewhat inexplicably, cranberry sauce from a can. We'll assume the cranberry was from last night's dinner of turkey leftovers. Lemon tart for dessert.
Toast, and tea with a slice of lemon.
Cheese and crackers. I detailed the crackers on both sides, because I'm picky that way. Cheeses are Edam, Brie, and Swiss. Or maybe Jarlsberg.
Sweets for afternoon tea. A tin full of cookies, including (on plate), lemon wafers, chocolate sandwich cookies, iced sugar cookies, and peanut butter cookies. Two jars of liquorice allsorts, a plate of Bakewell Tarts, and a chocolate roll cake with whipped cream and a strawberry on top. The biscuit tin is from a company that makes reproduction vintage English tins and food.
Goodies for the pantry. Hanging cheese, preserves and pickles, a jar of honey, lemons and limes, sliced mushrooms and carrots, green onions, and some carrots ready to be sliced.
I have a long, long list of things to make, but at least there's a bit of food for the kitchen. I have an entire Victorian house to provision.