An overview of the working elements of the country house kitchen, looking at the evolution of the cooking fire and the range, cooking vessels and gadgets and the staff who used them, providing insight into the realities of life below stairs in the great country houses of Britain.
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PAMELA A. SAMBROOK was a museum curator and is now a freelance writer, lecturer and domestic historian, currently working as associate lecturer at Keele University, Open University tutor and consultant to the National Trust. PETER BREARS was formerly Director of Leeds City Museums Service. He is a well-known writer and lecturer on food history and consultant to the National Trust.Review:
"A fascinating insight into a culinary world that has disappeared forever." -- The Sunday Times
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