The Boke of Keruynge - (Book of Carving) - Wynkyn de Worde

The Boke of Keruynge - (Book of Carving) - Wynkyn de Worde

Original Black Letter and Interpretation

The Boke of Keruynge - (Book of Carving) - Wynkyn de Worde

Wynkyn de Worde [+-]
Medieval Printer
Wynkyn de Worde was born in Alsace and came to England in 1476. He was a printer and publisher in London known for his work with William Caxton, and is recognized as the first to popularize the products of the printing press in England. He died in 1534.

Description

The book of service, carving and sewing, and all kinds of office to a prince or any other rank, and all the feasts during the year. This part includes: Proper terms of a carver; butler and panter, yeomen of the cellar and the ewery; the names of wines; to make Hippocras; the sewing of meat; the carving of meat; sauces for all kinds of fowls; the feasts and service from Easter to Whitsunday; carving of all kinds of fowls; the feast from Pentecost until midsummer; the feast of Saint John the Baptist until Michaelmas; the feast of Saint Michael until the feast of Christmas; the sewing of fish; the carving of fish; sauces for all kinds of fish; the chamberlain; the marshal and the usher.

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Citation

de Worde, Wynkyn . Original Black Letter and Interpretation. The Boke of Keruynge - (Book of Carving). Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 25-71 May 2003. ISBN 9781781798874. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=38278. Date accessed: 16 Dec 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.38278. May 2003

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