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Oysters Kirkpatrick

Oysters Kirkpatrick, also called Oysters Kilpatrick, may be a classic English recipe involving oysters, cheese, Worcester sauce and bacon.[1][2] The credit for the name is attributed to chef Ernest Arbogast of the Palm Court (later the Garden Court) of San Francisco's Palace Hotel who named the dish after Colonel John C. Kirkpatrick, who managed the hotel from 1894 to 1914.[3][4] Variations on the dish may have been prepared well before this name was assigned.[1]


  1. ^ a b Joan Reardon (1 May 2004). Oysters: A Culinary Celebration. Globe Pequot Press. pp. 30–.  
  2. ^ Castelar Crèche Cook Book. Times-Mirror. 1922. pp. 46–. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  3. ^ John F. Mariani (1999). "The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink". (Cited in The Food Timeline: history). New York: Lebhar-Friedman. p. 228. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  4. ^ Helen Brown (1952 facsimile reprint). "West Coast Cook Book". (Cited in The Food Timeline: history). Cookbook Collectors Library. pp. 148–9. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 

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