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Fleur de Lys Pies
The Fleur de Lys pub at Lowsonford is famous for its pies. The classic pie was chicken and mushroom or steak and kidney, originally baked here by Mr Brookes in the ...
Mary Wise's Recipe Book
Mary Tilson lived in the early – mid 18th century. In 1732, she married Henry Wise, second surviving son and namesake of Royal gardener Henry Wise and his wife Patience. ...
Curious Addition to Malvern Hall Recipe Book
Many of us indulge in an alcoholic beverage or two over the festive period (and beyond!), but this curious document, discovered in the Greswold family of Malvern Hall collection at ...
Warwickshire at War 1914-1918: Bird's Custard
In the 31st July edition of the Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard there is an advertisement for Bird’s Custard: Bird’s custard pre-war Any Doctor will tell you that in summer, ...
Rationing and School Life in Birmingham During World War Two
During World War Two I lived in Yardley, Birmingham and experienced many bombing raids on the city. Rationing Food was very strictly rationed. One day my mother had got hold of several ...
Food and Family Memories, With Warwickshire Connections
I love food, I love to eat and I love to cook, so it is perhaps no surprise then, that when thinking of an object that connects me to the history ...
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