THEY TRAIN TO BE COOKS: COOKERY CLASSES AT THE NATIONAL TRAINING COLLEGE OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE, WESTMINSTER, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Kitchen maids in training at the National Training College of Domestic Science in Westminster are first to receive their lunch, which has been cooked the same morning by students at the college learning about large-scale catering, or communal feeding. After the kitchen maids, the pupil-cooks are served, and then finally members of the general public who visit the restaurant which is attached to the college.