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Gainsborough Hall, ca.1460, in Lincolnshire. The roasting range in the kitchen, probably being used for the first time in 400 years as it was intended, for roasting a full range of meats and poultry for a high status meal. A Goose Sawce Madame, four rabbits, four mallard, a woodcock and other game birds roast on the hand turned spits. Wood Fired Cooking, Cooking Stove, Fire Cooking, Rustic Kitchen, Outdoor Kitchen, Vintage Kitchen, Kitchen Dining, Medieval Life, Medieval Period
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A Medieval Meal for Real

The roasting range in the kitchen of Gainsborough Hall, probably being used for the first time in four hundred years as it was intended, for roasting a full range of meats and p... 
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