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FOOD

Elizabeathan Era Honors English-9
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Abby Hanson

on 29 January 2014

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Transcript of FOOD

Social Classes Regarding Food

Works Cited

"Blancmange." Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2014.

"Elizabethan Food." ELIZABETHAN FOOD. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2014.

"Food and Your Life Style." Life in Elizabethan England 46: Food and Your Lifestyle. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2014.

"The Heart of the Matter: The Amaroo Diaries: Part 1." The Heart of the Matter: The Amaroo Diaries: Part 1. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2014.

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Works Cited
Second Course
Methods
Drinks
Water not sanitary
Mead
Rich:
Ales
Wines
Poor:
Ales
Cider
Flavors, “bayberries, orris, or long pepper”
1 gallon of alcohol a day
First Course
By: Sarah Greichen, Daria Davidoff, Laurette Selleck, Abby Hanson

Breakfast
Dinner

Dat (That) Fancy Food
Supper
Third Course
Dessert
(Lunch )
From 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Considered most important meal of the day
The lower class ate bread porridge meat and dairy
The upper class used allot more spices and sweet things (Elizabethan daily meals)
Supper - Was a substantial meal and food and drink was generally served between 6pm -7pm and accompanied by various forms of entertainment
The lower class ate dinner around 8:00-9:00pm
(Breakfast)
Social Classes
From 6:00 am - 7:00 am
Mainly just ate Dinner and Supper
Manchet (Bread)
Browner
6 lbs
Butter
Eggs*
Sunny Side Up
Beaten
Pancakes
Flour &Egg Batter*
Treat for Sunday
(Elizabethan Daily Meals)
(Elizabethan Daily Meals)
(Elizabethan Daily Meals)
Mainly meat
Venison
Lamprey
Fritters
Jellies
Bream
Sturgeon
Dariole
a dariole is a small cream tart with puff pastry, in a circular mold
Brothes
Pruree
Small pastries with meat such as cod liver or beef marrow

(12 Bottle Bar)
"Breakfast, the hardiest of all their meals, gave a healthy start to their day.”
(Healthy liquor)
(Star Chefs)
(Elizabethan Banquets and Feasts)
(Elizabethan Food)

Spit roasting
Baking
Boiling
Smoking
Salting
Fried


(Science Alert)
(eel puree)
(Elizabethan banquets and feasts)
(Elizabethan Banquets and Feasts)
(Flicker)
Poor
Bread
Fish
Cheese
Rich
Luxury
2/3 Gallon of beer
Low alcohol
(Elizabethan Daily Meals)
(Elizabethan Foodways)
(Word Press)
(The Amaroo Diaries)
(Merriam-Webster)
Pentagon post)
(
Frumenty
Wheat boiled in milk
Sugar and spices
Freshwater fish
Broth with bacon
A meat tile
chicken or veal
3 S's
crayfish tails & almonds
Capon pastries and crisps
Blancmange
"a cold, sweet dessert that looks like jelly formed into a shape"
Spiced wine (for digestion)
Wafers, cakes, pastries,
custard, cakes, cream
and tarts
For the Lower Class:
Honey, Fruit
(Blogspot)
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