All the King's Cooks: The Tudor Kitchens of King Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace

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Souvenir, 1999 - Cookery, English - 191 pages
Possibly the first industrial complex to be operated in England, the kitchens at Hampton Court Palace were highly organised and built to feed the whole of King Henry VIII''s household. Brears traces their history & functions in this illustrated volume.'

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Contents

Introduction
7
The Hub of the Enterprise
17
Numbers Quantities Costs
27
Poultry Bakehouse Woodyard
34
Jewel House Spicery Chandlery
49
Saucery Confectionary Pastry
59
Larders Boiling House Workhouses
96
Boiling Broiling
111
Food for the King
142
Pantry and Cellars
157
a Royal Ceremony
163
Etiquette and Ritual
171
Acknowledgements
188
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