Cooking with Shakespeare (Feasting with Fiction)

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Feasts, banquets, and everyday meals were central to daily life in Elizabethan England, a world reflected so lavishly in Shakespeare's plays. This book helps students and general readers learn more about Shakespeare's food culture. An introductory essay discusses the culinary customs of Shakespeare's era. This is followed by more than 180 recipes from Elizabethan times. Recipes are grouped in chapters according to types of food and are accompanied by modernized versions for today's chefs. Passages from Shakespeare's plays relate the recipes to his texts and help students use food to gain a greater appreciation of his world and works.

An introductory essay discusses food in Elizabethan society. This is followed by the heart of the book, a collection of more than 180 recipes from Shakespeare's world. Recipes are grouped in chapters on particular types of food, such as fish and seafood, pork, vegetables, beef and veal, and beverages, and are accompanied by modernized versions for contemporary cooks. Passages from the plays relate the recipes to Shakespeare's works and help students understand both his plays and the world in which he lived. The volume closes with a list of hard to find ingredients, a chart of wages and prices from Shakespeare's day, sample menus, a glossary, and a bibliography of period cookbooks, secondary works, and electronic resources.

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Examines the food culture of Shakespeare's England and provides original and modernized versions of more than 180 period recipes.

About the Author:

MARK MORTON is Senior Instructional Developer (Technology) in the Centre for Teaching Excellence at the University of Waterloo. Previously, he taught courses in Shakespeare, Modern Drama, and Creative Writing at the University of Winnipeg. His other books include Cupboard Love: A Dictionary of Culinary Curiosities (1996), The End: Closing Words for a Millennium (1999), and The Lover's Tongue: A Merry Romp through the Language of Love and Sex (2003). Mark also writes a quarterly column for Gastronomica: A Journal of Food and Culture, and has written and broadcast more than a hundred columns about language for CBC Radio.

ANDREW COPPOLINO is a freelance writer, restaurant reviewer, and newspaper columnist with a special interest in food writing. He has published in Restaurant Report, Culinary Trends, Whisky Magazine, CityFood Magazine, Gremolata, and Canadian Gaming Business, as well as a number of food and lifestyle magazines.

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