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Medieval Cuisine
     

Medieval Cuisine

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by Shenanchie O'Toole
 
"Medieval Cuisine" from Food Fare features information about food and culture in the Middle Ages, including the history of medieval dishes, kitchen utensils and other cooking tools, etiquette, dining, holy days, common recipes, food terms, words and phrases, a medieval day in the life, and links for further study. *UPDATED in May 2013 with 15 new recipes and extra

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"Medieval Cuisine" from Food Fare features information about food and culture in the Middle Ages, including the history of medieval dishes, kitchen utensils and other cooking tools, etiquette, dining, holy days, common recipes, food terms, words and phrases, a medieval day in the life, and links for further study. *UPDATED in May 2013 with 15 new recipes and extra content.*

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012847447
Publisher:
Food Fare
Publication date:
05/11/2013
Series:
Food Fare Culinary Collection , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
268,692
File size:
450 KB

Meet the Author

Food Fare offers recipes from a variety of countries and cultures around the world. Their official web site also contains a collection of personal recipes, many of them "comfort foods" inherited through the generations.

Food Fare is also home to the Ambrosia Cookbook, Community Garden Cookbook, Food Fare Cookbook, Furry Friends Cookbook, Recipes-on-a-Budget Cookbook and the fiction-novel-inspired Larkin Community Cookbook.

Food Fare's exclusive Culinary Collection features more than thirty books in Kindle, Kobo, Nook and Adobe Digital Editions. The titles include information about the food and culture of different countries across the globe, holidays and food-specific topics. They also contain history, food traditions, lifestyle and dishes native to various countries, as well as authentic recipes, words and phrases in the native tongue of the subject, along with food terms.

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Medieval Cuisine 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although this book starts out with the disclaimer that it is meant not to be a scholarly work, but solely for enjoyment, it does contain some egregious errors that make the reader wonder if any part is accurate. Within the first few pages, the author confuses the Middle Ages and the Dark Ages several times (very different time periods), and propagates the old, now refuted, myth that spices were used to disguise meat that had "gone off." Of course, if one could afford spices, which were generally more expensive by weight than gold, one was rich enough not to have to eat spoiled meat! That being said, if you take it all with a grain of salt (ahem), it's an amusing way to spend a rainy afternoon.
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