Eastern Europe. Drinking Bowl (Hanap), silver and gilded silver, c. 1350-70 - This hanap, known as the Sanko Bowl.

Eastern Europe. Drinking Bowl (Hanap), silver and gilded silver, c. 1350-70 - This hanap, known as the Sanko Bowl.

If you want to know anything about Viking history, this is the website to go:   www.vikinganswerlady.com

If you want to know anything about Viking history, this is the website to go: www.vikinganswerlady.com

I don't remember where this happened but I remember something to do with Japan so as long as he's not in the US, he's probably fine

I don't remember where this happened but I remember something to do with Japan so as long as he's not in the US, he's probably fine

#Kale is considered to be one of the Super Foods for those concerned with eating healthy, local grown diets. According to Wikipedia, "Kale is very high in beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, and reasonably rich in calcium. Until the end of the Middle Ages, kale was one of the most common green vegetables in all of Europe." Click to see the top ten ways to prepare Kale...

#Kale is considered to be one of the Super Foods for those concerned with eating healthy, local grown diets. According to Wikipedia, "Kale is very high in beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, and reasonably rich in calcium. Until the end of the Middle Ages, kale was one of the most common green vegetables in all of Europe." Click to see the top ten ways to prepare Kale...

vox:  One of the most common arguments against America’s legal drinking age is that Europe has a supposedly safer drinking culture despite its lower drinking ages. But if you look at the data, there’s no evidence to support the idea that Europe, in general, has a safer drinking culture than the US. According to international data from the World Health Organization, European teens ages 15 to 19 tend to report greater levels of binge drinking than American teens. Learn more.

vox: One of the most common arguments against America’s legal drinking age is that Europe has a supposedly safer drinking culture despite its lower drinking ages. But if you look at the data, there’s no evidence to support the idea that Europe, in general, has a safer drinking culture than the US. According to international data from the World Health Organization, European teens ages 15 to 19 tend to report greater levels of binge drinking than American teens. Learn more.

When I talk about 'Ancient Foods' I should really define precisely what I'm talking about. In this respect I mean the cookery of pre-literate societies; focussing on north-western Europe and the British Isles in particular. Effectively this is the cookery of the Iron Age, the Bronze age and of the Celts.

When I talk about 'Ancient Foods' I should really define precisely what I'm talking about. In this respect I mean the cookery of pre-literate societies; focussing on north-western Europe and the British Isles in particular. Effectively this is the cookery of the Iron Age, the Bronze age and of the Celts.

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