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The Royal Kitchens at Kew: a food history

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An introduction to the cookery that once took place in George III's amazing Royal Kitchens at Kew. Now the site of Historic Royal Palaces' £1.7 million project to open this Georgian time-capsule to the public, from 18 May 2012. Filmed in March 2011, before the conservation and interpretation work started, this film gives an introduction to this unique surviving building and to the way in which their remarkable history will be interpreted. Featuring Historic Royal Palaces food historian Marc Meltonville.
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nightshadowdragon7 (4 years ago)
Just wonderful. Old School;). Where cooks made fresh food even if it was for a King. It's history .A  cook was a cook and a Chef was a Chef. Basically early kitchens .

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