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The tradition of good British cooking has always been a matter of pride in country houses. Recipes were carefully handed down from generation to generation and new influences and ideas were added by those who went abroad to build and defend the Empire. Wild produce, including game, always featured, and both the sportsman and the lady of the house took great interest in the preparation of dishes. This is a book of anecdotes and recipes for modern country cooks. The author also wrote "Going to the Moors" and has contributed to magazines such as "The Field" and "The Spectator".