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Cooking Equipment & Utensils

The links provided below are to web sites that have historical information about cooking equipment & utensils as well as some purveyors of cooking equipment & utensils that were more common in the cuisine of the Middle Ages & Renaissance.
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Ancient Roman Spork on Exhibit Information  
Fork image from the Arte Cisoria Information Author is Enrique de Villena 
Forks Information  
Genesis of the Dining Fork in Europe Information  
Nico Marin Le Pentole Information Copper Cookware inspired by Italian Renaissance Cookware 
Old & Interesting Information History of Housekeeping, Household Antiques & Domestic Objects 
Romano-Cornish Tin & Copper Spoon Information  
Roman silver spork Information Silver spoon and fork Roman, ca. 3rd century AD Gift of Malcolm Wiener on the occasion of the reinstallation of the Greek and Roman Galleries, 2006 (2006.514.3) 
Saxon Drinking Vessels & Spoon/Fork Information  found in A Handbook of Pictorial History 
Spoon with Runes Information A silver-spoon from the early Merovingian period with both Latin and Runic inscriptions was recently was found in an opulent female grave near the Rhine 
Table Fork Information  
Waffeleisin Information Waffle Iron Images (15th-16th century) 
Olde Hansa Retailer eproductions of medieval items which are suitable for everyday use 
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