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Llanover, Lady

An English woman, living in the 19th century, who on moving there, became passionate of all things Welsh; even insisting her servants wore the national costume.

In 1867, she wrote a book "The First Principles of Good Cookery" which included her excellent recipe for salt duck - re-popularised by Franco Taruschio, during his many years running The Walnut Tree, near Abergavenny, in Wales. See 'Lady Llanover"s Salt Duck' in our Recipe Section.

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