Most cooks worked for rich families.
who would cooks in medieval times work for?
how do cooks get a job in medieval times?
in medieval times as a cook where on the manor estate is your shelter
What is it you don't understand about my answer?
what would the materials be as a cook in medieval times?
The cooks worked in the homes of rich families. The cooked game, grains, baked goods, and some fruits and vegetables in season. They also made soups.
can cooks in medieval times get married and if so who to?
Yes, cooks were able to be married. Sometimes they married the butler or other servant within the large house. Sometimes they married local farmers.
how often do cooks in medieval times speak to the lord?
how do people treat cooks in medieval times
Cooks were near the top of the hierarchy of servants. They were valued for their skills. And, like today's chefs, they generally ruled the kitchen.
They probably didn't speak very often to the lords, but received their orders and menu suggestions from their mistresses.
but how do people treat the cook in medieval times
They were treated well. They were valued for their cooking skills.
how many outfits did cooks have in the medieval times
Most ordinary people had only two or at the most three changes of clothes. One of these outfits was saved for church and very special occasions. Remember that cooks wore aprons to keep their clothes clean.
Most people in medieval times very seldom took baths.
how do you learn how to cook or do a job in medieval times?
how do u get the job to be a cook in medieval times?
Most cooks started out when they were young -- teenagers, usually -- as assistants in the kitchens of rich people. A few may have started as maids, but when they showed an interest and aptitude for cooking were allowed to help the cook. They learned how to cook and eventually became a cook -- either in the home where they trained -- or in another rich person's home.
Are you writing a story about a cook in Medieval times?
no i am not
thanks for all the help!!!(:
You're very welcome.