Free 17thC food talk (with tastings!) - Wakefield

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Free 17thC food talk (with tastings!) - Wakefield

Postby Vicky » Wed May 08, 2013 6:06 pm

Flatulence and Phlegm: cooking with herbs and salad in seventeenth century England
A fun food talk (with tastings) by Annie Gray!
Friday 17th May - starting at 6pm prompt

Annie Gray will deliver a fun and informative talk (with food tastings) at Wakefield Museum, where you will find out more about cooking in seventeenth century England. During our last chat with Annie, there was a suggestion of Tarragon Cream being on the menu, so don't come expecting just a boring lettuce leaf to try!

This event is free and open to anyone over 18 (starting at 6pm prompt). Booking is essential. Call (0113) 343 1910 or email to book.

Also a chance to see the museum's current temporary exhibition - Food for All Seasons - exploring food and eating in 14thC Wakefield through looking at documentary evidence of the Manor Court Rolls and Sandal Castle Inventory. Includes a display of the Wakefield Manor Court Rolls, Graves Accounts, and an amazingly beautiful 15thC Book of Hours.

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