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We baked a fish pie, roasted pheasants and a baby pig, boiled dishes of peas and made cups of rose-flavoured custard. Six o’clock chimed. Dinner was ready to serve. Cook clutched his fat gut–that was the yellow-dock powder starting to work. Lambert chewed a knuckle nervously. “Yellow-dock makes you run to the jakes,” he whimpered. “Yes, Cook will need the toilet very soon–and for a long time,” I said. ” Cook rubbed his gut and tried to smile. ” he cried. “I will lead the way,” he told the serving men.

Of course, no one knows the truth,” he laughed. “Except me,” I said. ” Chapter Seven Ellie’s Revenge The kitchen was quiet. The servants watched us, open-mouthed. Cook had locked himself in the pantry for lunch. I put my ear to the door and heard him snore. I stood aside and let Lambert work on the lock with a knife. In a few moments it clicked open. The leather hinge creaked. I peered round the door. Cook snored on. His wine sat on the bench beside him. The pantry was full of cooked meats and pastries, cheeses and bread, wine, honey and herbs.

He turned on us. ” But when he left we followed the procession to the great hall. Chapter Eight Greedy Guts Lambert and I looked through a crack in the door. Uncle Henry sat at the top table with his guests from France. Their rich robes of crimson and gold, peacock blue and leaf green, were as fine as the ones I’d left at home. And now I had Lambert’s secret I could set off for Wales very soon. But first there was the business of Cook to finish. ” Cook cried. Silence fell on the great hall. Suddenly the smile slid from his face like jelly off a plate.

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