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Mrs Beeton's

Victorian Cookbook, "Mrs Beeton's Everyday Cookery" including garnished tongue and half calf's head

An historic recipe dating back to medieval Wales, Chicken and Leek Pie offers incredible, comforting flavors and simple luxury. This was elegant cuisine then and now.

Nov: An historic recipe dating back to medieval Wales, Chicken and Leek Pie offers incredible, comforting flavors and simple luxury. This was elegant cuisine then and now.

Gode Cookery

Gode Cookery - A compilation of medieval recipes from authentic sources adapted for the century kitchen, along with diverse facts on food & feasting in the Middle Ages & Renaissance and other historical culinary items.

The villagers' food was dark bread. They planted peas, beans and onions in their gardens and collected berries, nuts and honey from the woods. they did not eat much meat. They could hunt rabbits or hares. A large part of the farmers’ meals were soups. These were made from peas and beans, cabbage, nuts, berries, vegetables and garlic.

The villagers' food was dark bread. They planted peas, beans and onions in their gardens and collected berries, nuts and honey from the woods. they did not eat much meat. They could hunt rabbits or hares. A large part of the farmers’ meals were soups. These were made from peas and beans, cabbage, nuts, berries, vegetables and garlic.

Fun creative writing- characters you need for an epic tale by tom gauld. students choose one, three, ten -- then write!

Fun creative writing- characters you need for an epic tale by tom gauld. students choose one, three, ten -- then write! Can also be used to analyze character roles in a story and make connections across text

Greek and Roman Gods

The Greek and Roman Gods Infographic They forgot the one almighty God! The one above all god's! OUR GOD! The one and only God!

Henry VIII’s kitchen complex contained 50 rooms, including larders for fish, meat and grain, and areas for boiling, pastry making and making confectionary. The kitchens provided food for the courtiers and staff, Henry had his own private kitchens near his own suite of rooms.

Henry VIII’s kitchen complex contained 50 rooms, including larders for fish…