Food & Feasts Seth Londrigan

Meals Each Day

People in the Renaissance generally have 4 meals a day. They have breakfast, brunch, lunch, & dinner.

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Types Of Silverware

They wouldn't use it most of the time, they would use their hands. When they did use silverware, they used 2 prong forks and knifes.


Foods Served

The food that is served at these parties are eggs, milk, butter, pork, beef, wheat, oats, barley rye, wild carrots, cabbage, asparagus, veggie soup, & turnips.

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Number Of Courses Served, Who Cooks, & How Wealthy Are The People?

There were lots of courses served. Musical Frenchman & strangers did the cooking. The people were very wealthy.

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