The bizarre world of Tudor meal times: what they ate, when they ate and how they ate it Source: Tudor Come Dine With Me: How the Devil took his place at the 16th Century dinner table | All About History
A fascinating history of Tudor food and drink, from swan-neck soup to roasted-alive goose. The Tudor Kitchen - Amberley Publishing
Ruth Goodman - The Tudor Housewife. 15th and 16th October 2014 Bakewell, Derbyshire, UK Join Ruth Goodman for a wonderful day long workshop exploring the trials and tribulations of being a Tudor housewife. This hands on course will teach you all you need to know to keep your Tudor home ship-shape.
Why you should ditch the tumble dryer and use your washing line | Ruth Goodman | Comment is free | theguardian.com. Ruth Goodman, from the Victorian Farm series, explains why good old fresh air is best for drying laundry.
Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn are back with another 'farm' series, with new chap Tom Pinfold. This time they are exploring the Tudor Monastery Farm, which was filmed at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in West Sussex. The Tudor period is Ruth's favourite historical period so expect lots of enthusiasm in this housewife… Continue reading Tudor Monastery Farm
This book is subtitled English Country Customs through the Ages, and is a reminder that, once upon a time, most of the people of England lived the country. The urbanisation that we recognise is a fairly modern phenomenon that really only pushed forward over the last one hundred years or so. As a result we have all… Continue reading The Land of England – A Book Review