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Tudor Baking Participants will bake simple loaves using live barm from beer and will learn how the weekly bake was integral to brewing. We will focus on the bread assizes and the...

Participants will bake simple loaves using live barm from beer and will learn how the weekly bake was integral to brewing. We will focus on the bread assizes and the emergence of the stringent laws governing the sale of one of the most basic food stuffs available to the Tudor person. Using the bread oven, and other simpler baking methods, the participants will bake breads from some simple bread recipes from the twelfth century to the sixteenth century, using the museum's own milled flour.

 

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Tudor bakehouse: pies and pastries A selection of techniques and recipes from a Tudor bakehouse, from hand-raised standing pies 'coffins' to deep fried choux pastry style bennets. The morning session will...

A selection of techniques and recipes from a Tudor bakehouse, from hand-raised standing pies 'coffins' to deep fried choux pastry style bennets. The morning session will concentrate on oven baking: the afternoon session on individual pastries cooked over an open fire.

 

 

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Cider making day If you are tired of wasting spare apples, then turn them into a treat that was the traditional drink of Britain for nearly 1000 years. Join us for this one-day practical cider...

If you are tired of wasting spare apples, then turn them into a treat that was the traditional drink of Britain for nearly 1000 years. Join us for this one-day practical cider making course to learn how to make your own delicious cider and apple juice at home. You can even bring your own apples or pears and create a delicious drink from your home-grown produce.

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Cheese making Find out about the process of cheese making from start to finish and the ingredients used to make both soft and hard cheeses. A hands-on day using recipes from 1900-1934, as well...

Find out about the process of cheese making from start to finish and the ingredients used to make both soft and hard cheeses. A hands-on day using recipes from 1900-1934, as well as information on cheese making through history.

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Medieval feast How would a feast have been prepared and served c.1300? Participants will learn the social, cultural and economic reasons for feasting. The feast will then be prepared, cooked and...

How would a feast have been prepared and served c.1300? Participants will learn the social, cultural and economic reasons for feasting. The feast will then be prepared, cooked and served to table. Medieval etiquette and table manners will be used during the culmination of the day… eating the feast!

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Old English ales This day consists of talks on Old English ales and beers, then going to Tindalls Cottage to see the process mid brew with time to understand what the processes are there. At the...

This day consists of talks on Old English ales and beers, then going to Tindalls Cottage to see the process mid brew with time to understand what the processes are there. At the end there will be time to taste some different ales and beers.

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