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by Melitta Weiss Adamson

Author: Melitta Weiss Adamson
Subcategory: Cooking Education & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood (October 30, 2004)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Cooking
Rating: 4.4
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I love books on historical cooking, and really looked forward to reading Food in Medieval times

Series: Food through History. I love books on historical cooking, and really looked forward to reading Food in Medieval times. I thought this book is an excellent resource of cooking, and it is a definate resource on common ingredients. I have one issue with the book, it is the first chapter, ingredients are described in detail, extreme detail, but the first chapter reads more like a glossary, I wished this chapter would have been the last chapter, and not the first.

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I love books on historical cooking, and really looked forward to reading Food in Medieval times. Going through the first chapter is a bit of a challenge, as you want to get into the cooking, and then learn about the ingredients.

Melitta Weiss Adamson. Food in medieval times, Melitta Weiss Adamson. Fascinating information is provided, such as on imitation food, kitchen humor, and medical ideas. p. c. –(Food through history ISSN 1542–8087) Includes bibliographical references and index.

Recent Titles in Food through History. Food in Early Modern Europe Ken Albala. Food in Medieval Times. Melitta Weiss Adamson. No portion of this book may be reproduced, by any process or technique, without the express written consent of the publisher. Food through History Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut, London. Adamson, Melitta Weiss. –(Food through history ISSN 1542–8087). Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Cookery, Medieval. 2. Cookery––Europe––History.

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I love books on historical cooking, and really looked forward to reading Food in Medieval times

I love books on historical cooking, and really looked forward to reading Food in Medieval times. Food in Medieval Times Food through history, ISSN 1542-8087.

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Students and other readers will learn about the common foodstuffs available, how and what they cooked, ate, and drank, what the regional cuisines were like, how the different classes entertained and celebrated, and what restrictions they followed for health and faith reasons. Fascinating information is provided, such as on imitation food, kitchen humor, and medical ideas. Many period recipes and quotations flesh out the narrative.

The book draws on a variety of period sources, including as literature, account books, cookbooks, religious texts, archaeology, and art. Food was a status symbol then, and sumptuary laws defined what a person of a certain class could eat―the ingredients and preparation of a dish and how it was eaten depended on a person's status, and most information is available on the upper crust rather than the masses. Equalizing factors might have been religious strictures and such diseases as the bubonic plague, all of which are detailed here.