Looks at the importance of food in the evolution of Europe following the Middle Ages, discussing the role of food in exploration, agricultural development, and global trade.breadcrumbs to keep in the moisture. ... There is also evidence of people in remote regions eating foxes, martins, marmots, squirrels, badgers and other wild ... Cat and Dog Although certainly not a typical food through Europe, many writers at the time referred to people customarily eating cats and dogs in various locations.
|Title||:||Food in Early Modern Europe|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2003|