Farms, Forks and Flummery

Workers Educational Association
Course summary
6 to 9 weeks
51.60 GBP
Next available date: Contact for dates - Beaconsfield

Course description

Farms, Forks and Flummery:

This course looks at how food was produced and consumed in England. We will look at food from field to fork seeing how the ingredients available changed and the ways in which they were cooked and eaten evolved. It is planned to examine the following aspects of English food history: 1. Introducing the Course; Where Does Food Come From? 2. Farming; Subsistence and Surplus. 3. Imported foods and beverages; sugar, spices, tea and coffee. 4. Cooking; Preparing the food for the table. 5. Dining; Changing rituals of eating. 6. Object Handling and Summary.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

No Qualification

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Workers Educational Association

Workers Educational Association

Founded in 1903, the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. With the support of nearly 3,000 volunteers, 2,000 tutors and over 10,000 members, we deliver friendly, accessible and enjoyable courses for...

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Workers Educational Association

4 Luke Street
EC2A 4XW London

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