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King’s College

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Winter 1803

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King’s Meals

Since all other meals except dinner had to be procured by the students themselves, the Steward sold provisions to be prepared and eaten in the rooms. Occasionally, other sources of food would present themselves, however. Food from home was always appreciated, and the local farmers would visit the College with waggons of cheeses, cider, apples and other fruit. Trout from Chester and partridges during hunting season added variety to students’ diet, while Windsor mushrooms, collected in pillow slips [covers], made a royal feast. It must be confessed that occasional raids were made upon local farmers for turkeys, geese, and ducks, since poultry was served so rarely in Commons Hall. It can be seen that food, its procurement and preparation, was an important part of each King’s student’s life. …

[See – Haliburton Quote for Chester Trout and Supper at old Ross’s]
[See also – Vroom’s "That Roomate of Mine" – Hunting and Fishing]

Excerpt From:
All the Kings Men – Mark DeWolf and George Flie – Published by the King’s Allumni Association 1972
Pg 26


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