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Cat, Christopherlocked

(fl. 1688)
  • Sylvia Brown

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Cat, Christopher (fl. 1688), pastry cook, became famous for his mutton pies, which were named Kit-cats after him, but little else is known about his life. He is said to have kept a pie shop near Temple Bar; this may have been, or been near, the ...

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