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Food and [[feast]]ing was a big part of [[period]] life. Large festivals held to celebrate major (and minor) events would usually involve a [[feast]].
 
Food and [[feast]]ing was a big part of [[period]] life. Large festivals held to celebrate major (and minor) events would usually involve a [[feast]].
  
Making period foods doesn't have to be hard. Most ingredients can be found at your local supermarket.
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Making period foods doesn't have to be hard. Many ingredients can be found at your local supermarket.
  
There are certain things that aren't [[period foods]], such as potatoes (which will come as a surprise to some), tomatoes, eggplant and chocolate.
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There are certain things that are not [[period foods]], or were only known in the Old World in very late period, such as potatoes (which will come as a surprise to some), tomatoes, capsicums (bell pepper, paprika, chili, etc.), common beans, and chocolate.
A list of other foods that aren't [[period]] are listed under [[new world foods]].
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A list of other foods that aren't [[period]] is found in [[new world foods]].
  
 
''See also:''
 
''See also:''

Latest revision as of 02:45, 14 May 2008

Period cooking styles vary from region to region and were, for the most part, dictated by locally available ingredients.

Food and feasting was a big part of period life. Large festivals held to celebrate major (and minor) events would usually involve a feast.

Making period foods doesn't have to be hard. Many ingredients can be found at your local supermarket.

There are certain things that are not period foods, or were only known in the Old World in very late period, such as potatoes (which will come as a surprise to some), tomatoes, capsicums (bell pepper, paprika, chili, etc.), common beans, and chocolate.

A list of other foods that aren't period is found in new world foods.

See also:

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