4 October 2021 - 8 October 2021
11:29AM - 11:29AM
Interactive online 5-day cookery course
Interactive online 5-day cookery course | £125 per person Join us on a gastronomic journey as we revisit the collection of 12th century recipes discovered and analysed by a team based at Durham University and McGill University in Canada, in 2013. These form the earliest known culinary recipe collection from medieval Europe and pre-date the famous Forme of Cury by around 230 years! These short but intriguing recipes date to c. 1170 and were from Durham Cathedral Priory in the Land of the Prince
Eat Medieval is a partnership between Blackfriars Restaurant in Newcastle and Durham University's Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies (IMEMS), Northern England. This is an online course for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own kitchen!
Before the course starts, you’ll receive a code for pages on our website. The first code will unlock your shopping list, and some substitutes for the more unusual ingredients so you can buy the necessary food you’ll be cooking at home. The second code will unlock the pre-recorded films - from chefs and scholars, as well as suggested reading and other online resources.