Medieval cuisine includes the foods, eating habits, and cooking methods of
various European cultures during the Middle Ages, a period roughly dating from
the 5th to the 15th century. During this per...
What did they eat? ... ln Old Testament days there were no kitchens. ... lron
utensils used in baking and cooking were the griddle or baking pan, which was ...
ln the early days, people sat on the ground to eat, on cushions, mats of straw or
Did they have whipped cream in the olden days before electricity? ... I've always
wondered how they actually decided to cook something in the fire ... Then
someone has the bright idea to use a whisk to get more air into it and ...
Mar 13, 2013 ... How did that do it? I don't know ... Home baking was actually less common in the '
olden days'. ... For bread some people had ovens they used.
Jan 26, 2015 ... A LOT fewer processed foods, because they require machinery to make. So, all
the ... People also used to mix up their own mayonnaise and make their own ...
People have been cooking meat and grains and greens and root ...
Jan 5, 2010 ... People did preserve their foods via pickling or salting, yet the most practical ... In
the old days when food could not be preserved people used to ...
Feb 20, 2013 ... These old photos are posted so I can show how people lived in the past. ... For
those that do have electricity make a choice each day to use or not to use ...
cooked on wood burning stoves and did everything off the grid because ... Those
days we rolled our hair or made pin curls and let it dry on the rollers.
Cast iron was used for this purpose in China, through a process in which melted
iron was poured into sand moulds. ... The name is derived from the old French:
chair, 'flesh' and cuit, cooked. ... So was the importance of the Baker in those days
How might your family cook without electricity or gas? See what some kitchens of
people from long ago looked like. Discover ways that Aboriginal and Torres ...
Food historians make educated guesses based on ancient records and modern
practices. ... Why did humans start cooking their food? ... People have long used
fire to harden wooden weapons, and to keep warm at night. ..... For Egyptian
peasants there were some feast days, as at the New Year and after harvest and