Teapot and hot drink, thermogram
Teapot and hot drink. Thermogram of a teapot containing a hot beverage, next to a hot drink. Thermography records surface temperatures by detecting the long-wavelength radiation emitted by an object. Here, the colour-coded temperature scale runs from white (warmest) through pink, red, orange, yellow, green and blue to black (coldest).
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A.H. Cadier, senior chef at the Brighton Pavilion is handed fake chickens by junior
A.H. Cadier, senior chef at the Brighton Pavilion is handed fake chickens by junior chef Lloyd Payne to demonstrate the operation of the huge open fireplaces of 1825 in the kitchens at the Royal Pavilion. Brighton, Sussex, England
16 July 1951
1950s, 20th Century, Archive, Chef, Cooking, Europeana Food And Drink, Kitchen, Oven, Picture Library, Roast, Stills Agency, Stock Agency, Stock Photography, Vintage
Minley Manor kitchens BL17959A
Minley Manor, Hampshire. Staff in the kitchen at a French chateau style country house that was erected between 1858-60 to the designs of architect Henry Clutton. Photographed by Henry Bedford Lemere in 1903. The Bedford Lemere daybook records that the photograph was commissioned by the owner Laurence Currie to show work carried out by architect Arthur Castings in 1898.
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