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Ancient Food & Recipes of the Ages: the Renaissance By R.D. Dalen
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This book introduces readers to food, eating, and many typical recipes (e.g., Limonia) from the Renaissance period. During the Renaissance, people typically ate two meals a day: Dinner, at midday... More > at around 11:00 or 12:00 and supper, in the evening, about 6:00. It was better to refer to having dinner instead of lunch or even luncheon. Invite people to dine with you, or ask "Where shall we dine today?" Schoolboys, working people, and housewives got up around 5 or 6 am, or even earlier. Breakfast was simply a matter of breaking one's fast on arising, and was not considered a formal meal. At Court, depending on the day's activities, or last night's, you would probably: arise somewhat later, have a little bread and wine while your servants get you: dressed, barbered, made up, perfumed, and so on.< Less
The Amala Renaissance By Rotimi Ogunjobi
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Faced with severe financial challenges, Akin Alegongo and his wife Damilola, decide to set up an amala restaurant in place of Damilola's unprofitable hairdressing salon. Their new business, Amala... More > Boutique is a huge success and they become local celebrities, to the admiration of their lawyer friend Marcus Dasofejo who financed the venture . Akin Alegongo,thereafter evolves a plan to entice and retain customers and also create new branches of Amala Boutique all over the world. Thus was born the Brotherhood and Sisterhood of the Amala Renaissance, otherwise known as The Amalafarians. Amalafarians were encouraged to gather daily at the new branded Amala Temples to be fed with food and doctrine.< Less
Notes from The Kitchen By Skid Row Renaissance
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Some ideas that appeared at the cutting block and beyond. What are some of your spiritual ideas?
Manners, Customs, and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period By Paul Lacroix
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A fully illustrated edition of Lacroix's classic covering all aspects of everyday life in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Over 400 original illustrations -- many full page. A fascinating,... More > comprehensive, and accessible text by the Curator of the Imperial Library of the Arsenal, Paris.< Less
Ethical Eating - A Complete Guide to Sustainable Food By Malcolm Coxall
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Global food is not a nice business. It is controlled by a small cartel of unscrupulous, profit-grubbing multinationals with little or no regard for the consumer, their workers or the planet. It is an... More > industry riddled by safety scandals, the nutritional quality of our food is in free-fall and diet related illness has now become epidemic. Intensive agriculture is steadily destroying the planet, contaminating water and air with artificial fertilisers and pesticides, degrading farmland, causing deforestation and pumping out greenhouse gases faster than the world's entire transport system. Meanwhile Big Food's rapacious appetite for profit knows no limits as it bribes its way through the 3rd world in a huge land grab, dumping untested GM seed on a new generation of farmer-slaves. But all is not lost! A new movement of real, organic and ethical food is on the brink of a renaissance. Read on to understand how Big Food really works and how to reclaim control over our own food once again.< Less
Ethical Eating - A Complete Guide to Sustainable Food By Malcolm Coxall
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Global food is not a nice business. It is controlled by a small cartel of unscrupulous, profit-grubbing multinationals with little or no regard for the consumer, their workers or the planet. It is an... More > industry riddled by safety scandals, the nutritional quality of our food is in free-fall and diet related illness has now become epidemic. Intensive agriculture is steadily destroying the planet, contaminating water and air with artificial fertilisers and pesticides, degrading farmland, causing deforestation and pumping out greenhouse gases faster than the world's entire transport system. Meanwhile Big Food's rapacious appetite for profit knows no limits as it bribes its way through the 3rd world in a huge land grab, dumping untested GM seed on a new generation of farmer-slaves. But all is not lost! A new movement of real, organic and ethical food is on the brink of a renaissance. Read on to understand how Big Food really works and how to reclaim control over our food once again.< Less
Tried and True Historical Recipes for Home, Camp, and Feast Hall By Eulalia Piebakere
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This cookbook was written for cooks in the Society for Creative Anachronism and for other historical food enthusiasts. It contains easy-to-follow, rigorously tested recipes for a number of dishes... More > appropriate for potlucks, camping, feasts, or just a nice dinner at home. The recipes are based on Eulalia's years of research into and experiments in historical cooking, and span a time period from the Iron Age to the late Renaissance from diverse countries and cultures. This collection also includes notes about ingredients for medieval and Renaissance cooking, including recipes for spice mixes, and some recipes for non-edible but useful household items like soap. Eulalia provides tips for both modern shortcuts and fully-immersive historical cooking using only period-correct tools. Whether you're brand new to historical cooking or a seasoned feast steward, you will hopefully find something of use in this book.< Less
The Honorable Entertainment given to the Queen’s Majesty in Progress, at Elvetham in Hampshire, by the Right Honorable, the Earl of Hertford. By John Wolfe & Jeremy Clos
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In 1591, the Earl of Hertford hosted Queen Elizabeth I during a stop on her annual progress. This work, originally published by John Wolfe in 1591, is a primary source document which recounts the... More > details of that visit to Hampshire, including the preparations, foods served, and entertainments presented. This new edition has been standardized and annotated by Jeremy David Clos.< Less
The Art of Cooking According to Me By Benny the Chef
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Enclosed in the pages of The Art of Cooking According to Me is the captivating history of the culinary arts. You will be transported into the cuisine of Ancient Rome, relive the Renaissance through... More > the discovery of the tastes, and find the cooking of tomorrow along with a lot of interesting stories and amazing recipes.< Less
The Best of Beautiful France for Tourists By Getaway Guides
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People associate France with beautiful Renaissance architecture, warm delicacies like the croissant and their distinct fashion style. France is listed as the most popular tourist destination in the... More > world. It attracts about 80 million tourists every year on average. It is one of the leading cultural destinations in the world and is one of the sites where many International events are held. Tourists also go to France to experience Parisian cuisine and a taste of Parisian fashion. The museums, cathedrals and palaces also provide a peak at France’s culture, and how the country looked magnificent, even a few hundred years before. The France travel experience also provides enough variety to suit different tastes and preferences. The romantic allure of France has not faded in time and in fact continues to attract people from people all over the world. France is one of the destinations that you should not miss. There are various attractions to see and many other untouched places to enjoy.< Less

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