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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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At Aumbry, there was a third element, an almost liquid jelly made of (I'm guessing) pure lemon juice, which made the elements of the dish sing to the heavens.
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