A Tudor Feast at Christmas
A remarkable project is about to take place. Without the use of modern conveniences, a group of historians and archaeologists will prepare a Tudor feast as it would have been over 400 years ago. Rediscovering a way of life from an age gone by, they wear period costumes, source food from the land, and use recipes from the era.
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