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1. Dinner scene, detail from the Bayeux Tapestry.
2. Bakers at work.
3. Early outdoor cooking pot.
4. A detailed kitchen scene.
5. Cooks at an oven.
6. Drawing of a cook from the Lutrell Psalter.
7. Cooking in a large kitchen.
8. A kitchen hearth.
9. The month of March; bakers and their ovens.
10. A portable oven and a pretzel merchant's stall.
11. 17th century woodcut - outdoor cooking scene.
12. Three-footed bronze cooking pot, 14th century.
13. The kitchen cat chasing rats.
14. English salt cellar in the form of an eagle, 1570.
15. Medieval flesh hooks, for collecting meat from pots.
16. A reconstructed Medieval kitchen.
17. Milk being churned; drawing based on an illumination from the
18. Cooking with a 3-legged pot.
19. A 15th century salt cellar.
20. A kitchen hearth.
21. A woman using a mortar.
22. A medicinal drink being prepared at the hearth. Quart volume
de histoire scolastique, J. du Ries; Flemish, 1475.
23. The Holy Family at the hearth. From the Hours of Catherine of
Cleves. Dutch, 1440.
24. Serving lady; detail of a woodcut from a Dutch block-book
of Ars Moriendi, 1465.
25. A woman churning.
26. A large kitchen.
27. Biblical feast scene from the Maciejowski Bible, 13th century.
28. Sieving flour and making wafers; Velislav Picture Bible,
29. Young man with 3-legged cooking pot.
30. Young man cooking with three pots.
31. A portable oven.
32. Warming feet by a cooking pot.
33. A busy hearth.
34. Two boys tend a spit; detail from the Lutrell Psalter.
35. Cook with assistant; detail from the Lutrell Psalter.
36. Cook with large slotted spoon and meat hook; detail from the
37. A stern cook with his kitchen staff; detail from the Lutrell
38. Detail of previous image; from the Lutrell Psalter.
39. Coneys & a piglet on a spit; detail from the Lutrell
40. Using a mortar and pestle.
41. Using a mortar and pestle.
42. A cook and his wife, by Albrecht Dürer.
43. Photograph of a kitchen hearth.
44. A portable oven and a pastry merchant.
45. A hearth scene; initial D from Jean d'Arras, Melusina,
46. Butchering meat.
47. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, 11th century.
48. Preparing sausage skins; Flemish, 14th century.
49. Making wheat bread; from the Tacuinum of Liege.
50. Making barley soup; from the Tacuinum of Liege.
51. A butcher at work; German, late 14th century.
52. Preparing poultry; from the Tacuinum Sanitatis.
53. Making bread; from Tacuinum Sanitatis, 15th c., Paris.
54. A bakery; from Tacuinum Sanitatis, 15th c., Paris.
55. A baker; Boccace, Le
Décameron, Flandres, 1432.
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