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- Grigson, Jane. English Food, 4th Ed. Penguin UK, 1999.
- Sass, Lorna J. To the King's Taste: Richard II's book of feasts and recipes adapted for modern cooking. NY: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1975.
- Sass, Lorna J. To the Queen's Taste: Elizabethan feasts and recipes adapted for modern cooking. NY: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1976.
- Black, Maggie. The Medieval Cookbook. London: British Museum, 1992.
- Burnett, John. Plenty and Want: A Social History of Food in England from 1815 to the Present Day. Routledge; 3 edition, 1989).
- Sim, Alison. Food & Feast in Tudor England. The History Press, 2005.
- Banham, Debby. Food in Anglo-Saxon England. Tempus, 2003.
- Hammond, P.W. Food & Feast in Medieval England. The History Press, 2005.
- MacDonald, Janet. Feeding Nelson's Navy: The True Story of Food at Sea in the Georgian Era. US Naval Institute Press, 2006.
- Burnett, John. Plenty and want: a social history of food in England from 1815 to the Present Day. London: Routledge, 1989.
- David, Elizabeth. Spices, Salts & Aromatics in the English Kitchen. Penguin, 1987.
- Forster, Margaret. Rich Desserts & Captain's Thin. NY: Vintage, 1997. [John Dodgson Carr}
- Glasse, Hannah. "First Catch Your Hare": The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy. Prospect Books, 2005 [1747 facsimile]
- Tristram, William Outram. Coaching Days And Coaching Ways.
London: Maccmillan, 1901.
- Wilson, Anne C. The Book of Marmalade. Prospect; Revised Edition, 2010.
- Wilson, Anne C. Food And Drink In Britain: From the Stone Age to the 19th? Century. Academy Chicago, 2005.
- O'Connor, Kaori. The English Breakfast: The Biography of a National Meal, with Recipes. Bloomsbury/Berg, 2013.
- Does England make the world's most delicious breakfast? -- BBCTravel (09 July 2015)
- Bake Off's Mary Berry criticised by MasterChef judge over fryers -- BBCNews (28 August 2016)
- Grigson, Jane. The Observer Guide to European Cookery. London: Michael Joseph, 1983.
- The [Lancashire Eccles] cake that comes with a warning -- BBCtravel (14 June 2017)
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- BRITISH SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A Retrospective Jonathan Spencer Annual Review of Anthropology. Volume 29, Page 1-24, Oct 2000 Abstract | Full Text | PDF (96 KB) | Related
- Glimpses of the Unmentionable in the History of British Social Anthropology E R Leach Annual Review of Anthropology . Volume 13, Page 1-24, Oct 1984 Citation | PDF (2061 KB) | Related
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- In Search of the English -- Past Horizons (27 May 2011)
- Making History: 300 Years of Antiquaries in Britain -- Society of Antiquaries of London
- Crossrail Project Uncovers the Bronze Age -- Past Horizons (12 October 2012)
- Earliest Footprints Outside Africa Discovered in Norfolk -- BBC News (07 February 2014)
- Georgians Revealed -- British Library
- Kindred Britain -- Stanford University Libraries
- DNA Study Shows Celts Are Not a Unique Genetic Group -- BBC News (18 March 2015)
- The official website of the British Monarchy
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- Gannon, Martin J. (2004). Chapter 17, “The Traditional British House.” Understanding Global Cultures, 3rd. ed., pp. 221-237. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
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