Imagine a world without caffeine, where beer is for breakfast. Where salad is forbidden in a healthy diet. Where royal edict decrees what you can eat according to your status. Where jello is an aristocratic dish. Where sugar carried a hundred different social meanings and special houses were built just for dessert. This class gives you a menu from the inauguration feast for the Lord Mayor of Elizabethan London, lets you cook a dish from a Shakespeare play, and offers a taste of the new food fashions never before dreamt of, like exotic sweet potatoes recently arrived from the New World.
Please choose another class below or read more about food history cooking parties in your home
Women, Food, and Politics
A Winter’ Feast
The Rites and Recipes of Marriage (coming 1 April 2012)
Shakespeare’s Flummery and Queen Elizabeth’s Posset (coming 1 April 2012)