Class differences were far more important dividing lines, and it was almost
always upper-class food that was described in recipe collections and cookbooks.
Political and economic affairs of the 17th century had a significant influence on
the evolution of the English diet. Local food crops, political unrest, agricultural ...
1600s food. A turbulent century. This was an era of war, fire, plague and
execution. And it was a period in which English cultural life was transformed.
Jul 3, 2014 ... They did keep cows, pigs, sheep, and goats for food, and they grew dates, ... is
actually Peruvian and didn't arrive in Ireland until the late 1600s.
Early American food and drink ... A 1600's or 1700's American breakfast could
consist of a mug of beer or cider, bannock or hoe cakes, and a bowl of porridge, ...
Check out this site for facts about Colonial Food eaten by the colonists. Types of
Meat, fish, shellfish, fruit, vegetables, herbs and dairy products eaten as ...
There were four ways the Wampanoag gathered food during the 1600s and
before. These were hunting, fishing, harvesting wild plants and the planting of
Mar 11, 2013 ... No food is more associated with Ireland than the spud—which didn't appear there
before the late 1600s. So what did people eat till then?
Food in the age of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603). ... Poor people may have had
humble and unvaried diets, consisting largely of bread, fish, cheese and ale, ...
I always hear that the traditionally heavy US diet ( or any " traditional" cuisine,
really ) was developed for people working long hard hours of manual ...