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 hotel in Lewes, Sussex, knowledgeable below a continental chef and was resolute to introduce the 'modern and most sensible French cookery' to his shoppers. lightly mocking Englishmen who devour undeniable mutton chops or in basic terms own one frying-pan, he supplies enthusiastic recommendation on must-have kitchen devices and describes engaging dishes comparable to tarts in French wine and mackerel with fennel. this option additionally comprises the recipes that the poet Thomas grey scribbled in his personal well-thumbed reproduction of Verall's Complete approach of Cookery, which was once one among the best-loved nutrition books of its time.

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