6 edition of Food in England found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||TX717 .H265|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 676 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||676|
|LC Control Number||54004597|
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pages Cited by: A new volume from Prospect Books, Lost World: Englandgathers together many of the articles she wrote on food for the Daily Sketch, 20 years before Food in England.
They are short. Biography Early years. Hartley was born at Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton, Yorkshire, the youngest of three children of the headmaster of the school, the Rev Edward Tomson Hartley (–) and his wife, Amy Lucy, née Eddy (–).
In her book, Food in England, Hartley gave an autobiographical sketch using the kitchens of her various homes as. Back on the Map. Several notable upsets in the food world created a change in the English diet, namely Hoof-and-Mouth Disease, the Horse Meat Scandal, and a deep monetary recession in the early part of the 21st emerged was a massive resurgence of traditional English foods, recipes, and cooking, using locally-produced seasonal foods wherever possible.
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Dorothy Hartley () spent a lifetime studying and recording English life, notably in her huge 'The Life and Work of the People of England'.
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