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ambry, almary, almery, aumbry

ambry, 1
1. A cupboard or niche in a chancel wall for the utensils of the Eucharist; an armarium.
2. A storage place, storeroom, closet, or pantry.
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A remarkable suite of aumbry doors are built into the walls of St Peter's, Louvain.
And he and his head chef Edward Carr (formerly of Aumbry and The Fat Duck) are onto a winning recipe here - bread slathered in butter, cream, cheese, steak, marshmallows, chocolate, sugar - it's a dream combination every time as far as I'm concerned.
Clarke had been proposed by John Piper who was also working on projects for Coventry Cathedral and who would have been aware of the sculptor's iron sculptures produced for a private oratory at the Bridge of Allan, windows installed in both a church in Australia and at All Saints, Stretford and his ongoing work on a cross, aumbry and altar frontal for St James, Shere.
Opening TBC The Creameries, Chorlton Mary-Ellen McTague, former chef proprietor of Aumbry in Prestwich and sous chef at Heston Blumenthal's The Fat Duck, is bringing Chorlton's old creamery back to life as a bakery, bar and kitchen.
But with a kitchen headed up by Edward Carr - a chef with experience in the likes of Aumbry, The Fat Duck and Eleven Madison Park - Toast promises to be a cut above your average slice.