Food & Feast in Medieval Engla

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This fully illustrated book describes the extraordinary range of food which found its way on to the tables of medieval English society, its production and distribution. Although bread, ale, meat and fish were the staple diet, fish often came from as far away as Iceland, and as early as 1480 over 100,000 oranges were being imported to augment the diet. The book covers a wide range of medieval food, from hunting, fish breeding, brewing, baking, food hygiene and storage.

Food & Feast in Medieval Engla 1996, Alan Sutton Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780750909921

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