Cooking demonstration: as part of Roman Week in Chichester we will present some Roman food and the differences between Roman & local ingredients and higher/lower classes recipes at the time of the conquest.... then what Romano-British food could have looked, smelled and tasted like!
Jacobean food, cooking, spices and feasting... cooking demonstration, spices' presentation, interractive display to learn even about good manners of the time and share some recipes to recreate at home!
Iron Age living history - Wimpole History Festival
20th to 23rd June: Wimpole History Festival!
''Our feast of history and heritage for the whole family includes talks, debates, book signings and performances, as well as rich, interactive living history through the ages, historical walking tours, workshops, activities and events for young history-lovers.
There will be talks from leading historians, broadcasters, writers, commentators and academics, including Antony Beevor, Lucy Worsley, Andrew Roberts, Sally Wainwright, Neil Oliver and Julia Lovell.''
Fantastic location where important Iron Age archaeological finds have been uncovered. This weekend presents daily life in Iron Age Britain through crafts and living history!
Iron Age/ Celtic cooking course - Scottish Crannog Centre
Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Scotland.
5th August. 10am- 4pm
Ever fancied cooking like an Iron Age inhabitant of a crannog did 2000 years ago?
What would be better than doing so and learning which ingredients, utensils, techniques and flavours were available at the time IN the Crannog Centre?!
Using replica items and ancient foodstuffs, join us to cook a very celtic meal over the fire. Breads, cakes, butter freshly made and more will complete the meal we will share ... or that you can take home.
A real immersive experience to understand more about the life of our distant ancestors and share tips and rcipes to recreate at home or around the campfire!
10 participants maximum. Lunch cooked during the course (and snacks). Refreshments provided during the day.
The Oak House Museum (Oak Rd, West Bromwich B70 8HJ, UK).
6pm - 9pm.
As a day labourer Mistress Gabrielle is helping this good household to get ready for their Christmas Celebrations... in the kitchen! She will be making gingerbread, marchepane, sweet butter ... as well as presenting the exotic and expensive spices used in the 16th-17th century, what traditions were kept from her time to modern Christmas and how to prepare a real Twelth Night Cake for your own Christmas party.