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Acknowledgements

This project has been made possible thanks to generous offers of time, expertise and support from:

Dr Annie Gray

Annie fearlessly preparing a calf's head

Annie fearlessly preparing a calf’s head

Dr Annie Gray is a historian specialising in food and dining history for the period 1700-1900. She has acted as a historical consultant for numerous television shows, including The Great British Bake Off, and is a regular panelist on Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet. Find out more about Annie’s work by visiting her website

The ‘Cooking Up History’ volunteer group

Our ‘Cooking Up History’ volunteers have been busy recreating recipes from our Cookbook in a modern kitchen. We’ll be sharing their experiences over the coming year on the Cookbook of Unknown Ladies blog.

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Local Studies and Archives

Kensington & Chelsea’s Local Studies team generously provided us with access to their digital book scanner for this project

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