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Copy of a woodcut showing a man and a woman in period costume in a medieval kitchen

16th C Kitchen scene from from ‘Banchetti compositioni de Vivende’ by Cristoforo de Messisbugo (1549)

C Kitchen scene from from ‘Banchetti compositioni de Vivende’ by Cristoforo de Messisbugo

Credit: Frontispiece to an Italian cook book (woodcut) (b/w photo), Italian School, (16th century) / Private Collection

Credit: Frontispiece to an Italian cook book (woodcut) (b/w photo), Italian School, century) / Private Collection

"Renaissance Kitchen" from the blog entry 'Pantry Folk Magic' by Sarah Anne Lawless

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Ancient Cookery --medieval recipes and articles on feast planning

View of a sixteenth century kitchen with cook gutting a rabbit (woodcut)

View of a sixteenth century kitchen with cook gutting a rabbit (woodcut)

Kitchen utensils from medieval Novgorod. nr 4-10 is a rolling-pin, used for flattening dough and punding flax and linen. Kolchin. diameter - 7-9 cm, boob length - 23-25 ​​cm. Length of the knob - 10-12 cm. Variations insignificant.

Kitchen utensils from medieval Novgorod. nr is a rolling-pin, used for flattening dough and punding flax and linen.

The Romans mostly ate with their fingers. When they were served dished that required utensils, they used spoons and knives. Although forks were  common utensils in the villa, they were usually reserved for cooking use only.

SPAIN / HISPANIA (Roman Spain) - The Romans mostly ate with their fingers. When they were served dished that required utensils, they used spoons and knives. Although forks were common utensils in the villa, they were usually reserved for cooking use only.

Medieval wooden spoon, cherry table spoon, medieval teaspoon, medieval tableware, medieval kitchen utensils, wooden tableware

Medieval wooden spoon, cherry table spoon, medieval teaspoon, medieval tableware, medieval kitchen utensils, wooden tableware

dover-cooking-range A recreated 12th-century kitchen range at Dover Castle, courtesy of English Heritage. This was an open-style kitchen, lacking a chimney to draw smoke out of the great hall.

A Brief History of the Kitchen

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