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No Knead Dutch Oven Crusty Bread - Jo Cooks

No Knead Dutch Oven Crusty Bread - Jo Cooks

Create a great place for potting plants and gardening chores by building this tough, good-looking potting bench. This one is built from cedar to hold up to years of use outdoors. It looks so good that you might decide to use it as a serving station on your deck or patio, too. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

Create a great place for potting plants and gardening chores by building this tough, good-looking potting bench. This one is built from cedar to hold up to years of use outdoors. It looks so good that you might decide to use it as a serving station on your deck or patio, too. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Medieval pottery 4  Late 12th - early 13th century AD Oxford

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Medieval pottery 4 Late 12th - early 13th century AD Oxford

This is a "Vuuruarkie". They use them in South Africa to bake bread when they Braii. Braii(ing) is the South African version of barbecuing. A Braii blows the hell out of an American barbecue. Way more involved and a total life changing experience... But you gotta go to Africa to really know what it's all about.

This is a "Vuuruarkie". They use them in South Africa to bake bread when they Braii. Braii(ing) is the South African version of barbecuing. A Braii blows the hell out of an American barbecue. Way more involved and a total life changing experience... But you gotta go to Africa to really know what it's all about.

Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, Peter "Fonz" Ginn and Hugh Beamish - under the supervision of Marc Meltonville of Hampton Court Palace's tudor kitchens - prepare and serve a tudor banquet at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. This was filmed in 2006, after "Tales from the Green Valley" but before "Victorian Farm".

Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, Peter "Fonz" Ginn and Hugh Beamish - under the supervision of Marc Meltonville of Hampton Court Palace's tudor kitchens - prepare and serve a tudor banquet at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. This was filmed in 2006, after "Tales from the Green Valley" but before "Victorian Farm".

Out and About in Europe: Ancient Agora. The kitchen tools from Agora museum

Out and About in Europe: Ancient Agora. The kitchen tools from Agora museum

The Kitchen Garden at Hampton Court Palace - YouTube

The Kitchen Garden at Hampton Court Palace - YouTube

▶ What the cooks wore and why - YouTube  A short introduction to Tudor wear for the working class, and an explanation of the doublet-and-hose combo.

▶ What the cooks wore and why - YouTube A short introduction to Tudor wear for the working class, and an explanation of the doublet-and-hose combo.

Pilgrim's flask in an embroidered linen bag 14th - 15th century (1301 - 1500) Material and technique glass flask, probably blown; linen bag, with remains of embroidery in blue thread, probably cotton or flax; drawn-thread openwork; bag stuffed with vegetable fibre Dimensions with bag 13.5 x 11 x 1.5 cm sight size (height x width x depth) flask 10.2 cm (height) Accession no. EA1994.113

Pilgrim's flask in an embroidered linen bag 14th - 15th century (1301 - 1500) Material and technique glass flask, probably blown; linen bag, with remains of embroidery in blue thread, probably cotton or flax; drawn-thread openwork; bag stuffed with vegetable fibre Dimensions with bag 13.5 x 11 x 1.5 cm sight size (height x width x depth) flask 10.2 cm (height) Accession no. EA1994.113

Fork Date: 1st–4th century Culture: Roman Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 4 3/4 x 13/16 x 3/8 in. (12.1 x 2.1 x 0.9 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Bronze

Fork Date: 1st–4th century Culture: Roman Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 4 3/4 x 13/16 x 3/8 in. (12.1 x 2.1 x 0.9 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Bronze