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A “whistle walk” is a covered walkway leading from the summer kitchen to the manor house on which servants walked carrying freshly cooked food. Servants were forbidden to partake of their burdens, and to prevent delectable transgressions, they were required to whistle as they walked, hence, whistle walk. Whistling and chewing are incompatible simultaneous actions. Now you know.