Foods and Feasts Blake Mccomsey

Meals Per Day

The people in the Renaissance had 4 meals a day. These meals were breakfast, brunch, lunch, & dinner. (Thirsk 16)

"Food In Shakespeare's England" By Dr. Joan Thirsk

Types Of Silverware

There wasn't much silverware used in these classes. Most of the time, people used their hands to eat with. When they don't use their hands, they use either knifes or forks with 2 prongs.

Foods Served

The foods that were served at these events were eggs, milk, butter, pork, beef, wheat, oats, barley rye, wild carrots, cabbage, asparagus, veggie soup, and turnips. (Netzley 18)

"Life During The Renaissance" By Patricia D. Netzley

Course Served? Who's Cooking? Wealth Of Banquet Hosts?

Lots of courses were served. Musical Frenchman and strangers cooked the food. The banquet hosts were very wealthy. (Lace 22)

"Elizabeth England" By William W. Lace

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