East Midlands Food

East Midlands Food

Food through the ages event…

Quern for grinding corn by hand

You might be interested in an event at Jewry Wall Museum in Leicester on Saturday 5 February 2011 from 11.30 am – 3. 30 pm:

Discover the history of what goes on your dinner plate. Could you have survived as a prehistoric hunter-gatherer? Did the Romans know their onions? Was a medieval feast fair or fowl? See dishes recreated from the past, hear talks about how we gather the evidence, and take part in craft activities and games. The event is run by the Friends of Jewry Wall Museum.

For more information about Jewry Wall Museum, see http://www.leicester.gov.uk/your-council-services/lc/leicester-city-museums/museums/jewry-wall-museum/.

 

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    Lucy Veale February 7th, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Hi Cynthia,
    Have you seen that East Midlands Today have a feature on food this week? (local I presume!) Can’t find any details on line I’m afraid….x

 

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A research project that looked at various aspects of food in the East Midlands, linking them with museum displays and objects in the region, and making the results available to as many people as possible in different formats.

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