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Historical NotesPeople who lived during the Renaissance ate very similar to the way we eat now. Breakfast was almost always on the go. Some didn't even eat breakfast; they would wait for lunch. When breakfast was taken, it was usually a stew or leftovers.
Lunch for the commoners was the main meal of the day, while the wealthy, especially on holy days, would have their main meal at night. A simple meal would be served all at once, while the wealthy would have their meal served in courses with several dishes in each course.
For additional information:Madrigal Recipes
~ British puddings recipes and background
and Renaissance Food and Feasts
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Food Clip-Art Collection