Fast food is very much part of our world today, with cities worldwide having burger franchises, pizza outlets, fish and chip shops, Indian and Chinese restaurants, and lots more, and it made me wonder about fast food and street food in Tudor times, so I did some digging for this week's Claire Chats talk...
- "God Sends Meate but the Devil Sends Cookes": Cooks Working in French and English Great Households, c.1350-c.1650 - https://yorkspace.library.yorku.ca/xmlui/handle/10315/30002
- Prices and regulations for Medieval London Cookshops - https://marklord.info/medieval-history-and-literature/everyday-life-in-medieval-england/food-and-drink-in-medieval-england/prices-and-regulations-for-medieval-london-cook-shops-the-equivalent-of-fast-food-in-the-middle-ages/
- What’s for Dinner? Eating Out in Medieval London - http://ultimatehistoryproject.com/eating-in-medieval-london.html
- Old Stuff: Street Food in Medieval English Urban Centers - http://briwaf.blogspot.com/2014/01/old-stuff-street-food-in-medieval.html
- Medieval Cuisine - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_cuisine
- Medieval Fast Food, Bristol Past - https://www.buildinghistory.org/bristol/cookshops.shtml
- Fast Food in Medieval Europe - https://www.medievalists.net/2009/03/fast-food-in-medieval-europe/ and https://www.engr.psu.edu/mtah/articles/pdf/fast_food.pdf