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One-Pot Cooking

Updated: Feb 13

For the large majority of people living in the Bronze Age (about 2,500 - 800 BC) to the mid-Iron Age (ca. 300-100 BC) meals were commonly stews, porridge and soups cooked in open pots, probably accompanied by bread. Eating might have been communal, with the food served in a single bowl from which many people ate.

The Recipes Described, perhaps a bit dismissively, as "one-pot cooking" the recipes that follow owe much to the long traditions of Britons hunting, gathering and farming the land.


Oatcakes:



Lentil and Mushroom Soup:



Sourdough Bread:



Sour Cream Cheese:



Mutton Stew:



Barley Bread:



Bacon and Bean Stew:



Making Sourdough: To make your own sourdough is quite simple:



As time allows more Iron Age recipes will be added, but for now please enjoy recreating some great Tastes Of History...Bon appétit!

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