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A Plain Cookery Book for the Working Classes

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A Plain Cookery Book for the Working Classes
Charles Elmé Francatelli (1805–10 August 1876), Anglo-Italian cook,[1] was born in London, of Italian extraction, in 1805, and was educated in France, where he studied the art of cookery. Coming to England, he was employed successively by various noblemen, subsequently becoming chief chef of the St James's Club, popularly known as Crockford's club. He left Crockford's to become chief cook to Queen Victoria from 9 March 1840 to 31 March 1842,[2] returned to Crockfords, and afterwards he was managing steward of the Coventry House Club from the day it opened on 1 June 1846 until it closed on 25 March 1854, at the Reform Club 1854-61, then Manager of the St James's Hotel, at the corner of Berkeley Street and Piccadilly, 1863–70, and also chef de cuisine to the Prince and Princess of Wales at Marlborough House 1863-65. From 1970-76 he was manager of the Freemason's Tavern.[

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