Lost Sheep: Addenda and Errata (Volume 74)
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The Food and Cookery in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England series presents a systematic survey of existing records of ingredients and equipment employed in the period. In addition to concise explanations of how such items might have been used and how they might have been significantly different from what is implied by current terminology, they include citations from various period and later records to demonstrate the geographic and class distribution of everything from kitchen implements to social gatherings.
But sometimes publishers make mistakes or new information arises, and this volume corrects those found in the previous 73 volumes.
From the introduction: "There is a fundamental law in publishing historical material that the day after a book goes to press new information will appear. In the years since the first volume in the series was printed in 2019 not only has new material become available but oversights have also become apparent. These lost sheep have been rounded up in this volume."
Staplebound pamphlet. 64 pages.