Recipes from the White Hart Inn (Penguin Great Food)

Recipes from the White Hart Inn (Penguin Great Food)

William Verral


William Verrall, the redoubtable eighteenth-century landlord of the White Hart resort in Lewes, Sussex, educated less than a continental chef and was firm to introduce the 'modern and top French cookery' to his clients. lightly mocking Englishmen who consume simple mutton chops or basically own one frying-pan, he provides enthusiastic suggestion on must-have kitchen contraptions and describes attractive dishes reminiscent of tarts in French wine and mackerel with fennel. this option additionally contains the recipes that the poet Thomas grey scribbled in his personal well-thumbed reproduction of Verall's Complete process of Cookery, which used to be one among the best-loved nutrients books of its time.

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