New course arriving soon! Fit for a King

Here at Eat Medieval we are very excited about our upcoming course 28th June – 2nd July (for which there are still places – book here – and book soon!). The course materials stay available for up to four weeks afterwards so you can take your time, experiment, and share your expertise and experience onContinue reading “New course arriving soon! Fit for a King”

Talking of Medieval Easter

As part of the activities and preparations for our next online course – Fast and Feast: A Taste of Easter Past – Professor Giles Gasper will be giving a talk as part of the Durham Inspired Live in Lockdown series on March 17th at 18.00 UK time (GMT). This series has been running all theContinue reading “Talking of Medieval Easter”

New online cookery course coming

Eat Medieval – a partnership between Blackfriars Restaurant in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Durham University’s Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies – is launching its first online cookery class. The course takes place from November 2nd to November 6th. It will focus on dishes from twelfth century Europe and features one of the earliest collections ofContinue reading “New online cookery course coming”