A Simple Activity to learn about the Victorian kitchen

Click HERE to learn about the Victorian kitchen

and Click PART 2 at the top of the link to read

about how the Victorians cooked.

Both these activities are from © NGfL / GCaD Cymru

Review: Seán thought that this was very simple indeed and while you might learn some stuff and see how our kitchens are very different to Victorian kitchens, he said it wasn’t very exciting and we agree.

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A Simple Activity – The Iron Age Kitchen

Click HERE to learn about the Iron Age kitchen and Click HERE on Part 1 to read about how the Celts cooked. Both these activities are from © NGfL / GCaD Cymru

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Review by Seán: I visited this activity. I know a bit about the Iron Age already so I felt I didn’t learn anything new. The activity is very simple and not terribly fun.

Food Long Age – from the Stone Age to Post War

Click HERE for a Historical Cookbook

from the CookIt website.

For example you can see what the Vikings,

the Victorians and our GREAT grandparents liked to eat.

Click HERE and you can design a menu for a Viking

or a family during World War 2 who were living on rations.

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Cooking in the Iron Age – The Fulacht Fia

This clever animation tells us about

the arrival of the Celts in Ireland.

It also explains how the use of

the fulacht fia for cooking.

Micheál and the Fulacht Fia from The Happy Artist on Vimeo.

4th Class Students Firies National School, Co Kerry

wrote, animated, filmed and performed this animation

with the help of Katherine Mulligan, Firies National School,

Kerry County Council Arts Office, The Arts Council of Ireland

and Kerry Filmmaker in Residence Lisa Fingleton.

We think it is amazing.

You can read more about how the ‘Fulacht Fia’ works if you CLICK ON THIS LINK