Today we look at all you may find in your kitchen, from food to that luxury coffee maker you have to go to university in order to learn how to operate it. Yes, the world of coffee and the coffee maker. The coffee maker has, over the years. become one of those things which we humans like to call an essential item, an item we could not imagine our kitchen to be without.
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We humans began our love of cooking over three million years ago. At that time, we all lived in caves and ate for a matter of survival more than a necessity, yes, our color schemes in our kitchens back then were quite disappointing. The favorite color being a slight rocky color, or if you were a bit better off the color of slate.
However, back in the eighth century, the Romans came knocking on our cave doors bringing with them a host of Dinnerware and Dishes, Cutlery, utensils like colanders, strainers, spatulas, mincers where a person could mince up meat and to cook them in. Fancy products like large and small pots, terracotta kettles with the bottoms made out of bronze so that they could be placed over an open fire, yes, the Romans did not just excel in constructing long and straight roads they were a nation of chefs as well.
Then, just as the world was getting used to Italian cooking, around the beginning of the 14 century, all went wrong, the great famine struck, quickly followed by the Black Death which killed about half of the British people, yes it would appear that the Brits had forgotten the lessons on how to cook taught to them long ago by the Romans.
However, sometime in this period, the Brits managed to get their hands on frying pans, cooking tongs, mallets for tenderizing meat, and even waffle irons which to prepare correctly required correct weighing, so someone, just who, we do not know, found some kitchen scales.
OK, let's take a break from our story and get down to where you can purchase products for your kitchen online.
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No back to our story; If you were poor in the middle ages then I am afraid that even if you had the best cooking utensils stashed away in your kitchen, you would not be using them regularly. Most ate lots of Cabbage, and I mean lots of Cabbage usually mixed with beans so you can imagine the air was ripe with certain odors you would typically find in an open backyard toilet. Of course, those who lived on farms had access to eggs, oats, cheese, and bacon and to mop up the juices a thick slice of homemade brown bread.
Yes, the class system was horrid, and the only thing that both the rich and poor had in common was that all drank lots of milk. Although it has to be said that much of the milk was kept for the very young. The rich of course could get their hands on wine which was normally shipped over from France to drink while eating their venison, venison normally shot on their private estates, they also had the luxury of eating white bread a true indication of both wealth and indifference.
Well my friends, that's it for our trip around ancient times. I do hope you enjoyed the read as much as I did researching and writing it. Why do you not pop over tomorrow and join the thousands who have made BargainBrute their most favorite place to shop online in America.
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