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Culinary History : From the New York Public Library. A good place to begin your search.
Medieval/Renaissance Food Homepage : An excellent source for information and recipes.
Le Ménagier De Paris : PRIMARY SOURCE.
MEDIEVAL PAVILION RESOURCES--Camp fire cooking links
Right Now - Cuisine Before Forks : If nothing else, I love the title of this page, from Harvard Magazine.
Serve It Forth
Food, Drink and Cookery in Medieval Society
And Drink in Anglo-Saxon England : : lots of information
types of food served and how it was served...no recipes
Stefan's Florilegium: Food : All types of information located here.
French Meal from the 14th
An article on medieval famine
GREAT HUNGER OF 1044
and Renaissance Brewing
Medieval Brewing Web Page - Index : Great information.
Alcoholic Drinks in the Middle Ages : Very detailed information on wine, mead, beer, ale, brandy, whiskey, liqueurs and cordials.
Mead Maker's Page
Le Poulet Gauche : Super site on 16th Century French alehouses. Has good information on historical setting, food, and general alehouses and inns.
Robbing Peter To Pay Paul: Halving Feast Costs (seasonal savings)
in State: A High Cuisine : Revision of
a1989 article describing a banquet put on by the
Richard III Society. Billed as a step back in
time, the article gives insight into the life styles of
the high and low born alike. A strictly text but
very interesting article.
A 14th Century German Feast
A Meal from the 14th Century (taken from The Goodman of Paris)
How to Pig Out with 130 of Your Closest Friends (cooking for large groups)
To Prepare a Most Honorable Feast
To Make a Feast
and Fasting in the Period
Medieval and Anglo Saxon Recipes and Medieval European Recipes
Medieval and Renaissance Foods and Recipes
Medieval Recipes : Some favorite recipes from a SCA member.
Medieval Recipes : Lots here. Even Christmas dinner!
Meals & Manners: The Geoffrey Chaucer Page
Chaucerian Cookery : examines
the references to food and dishes in all
of Chaucer's writings, studies the dietary habits
of his characters, and gives a complete list of all
foods Chaucer refers to. Included is A
Chaucerian Feast, which presents an authentic
Medieval feast based on the writings of Chaucer
and corresponding 14th c. recipes.
Recipes: 156 pages of it! Very complete. Uses Adobe Acrobat