The culture of food in england 1200 1500 by c m woolgar this is part of our special feature on food food systems and agriculture the history of food both from the production and consumption side has been arguably one of the most popular scholarly topics in social and economic history. In this meticulously researched study christopher woolgar serves up a feast of information about food in medieval england by successfully interrogating the relationship between communities institutions and food woolgar provides some fascinating new perspectives on medieval life louise wilkinson literary review. The culture of food in england 1200 1500 chapter three the culture of drink and drinking chapter four bread meat and dairy foods chapter five sauces and spices sugars and preserves chapter six gardens wild foods fish and hunting chapter seven civic food culture and the guilds. In the culture of food in england 1200 1500 cm woolgar explores the meaning of food and drink and what it can reveal about a culture food products were a lot more than mere sustenance in medieval times. C m woolgars the culture of food in england 1200 1500 christopher woolgar is professor of history and archival studies at the university of southampton and editor of the journal of medieval history
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