The British Concept of Primogeniture, the Reason British Estate Kitchens Always Face North, the Enormous Cost of Elaborate Dishes For Dinner Parties in Comparison to the Average Income of a Scullery Maid, and the Reason Cutlery Was Served Upside Down

The British tradition of “primogeniture” is the practice of the eldest song inheriting all land, wealth, and title from his parents with all other siblings, even females who are older, at the mercy of this person and only provided inherited valuables if this person permits it. This British establishment has been going on for over a millennia. Wealthy estates would often have large kitchens with multiple fireplace stoves so that servants could cook for 50+ guests when required. The kitchens were ...

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