Week 9: Each family prepared a Celtic dish to share at a feast.
Oats, raisins, honey and nuts could have been mixed together to form deserts. Grapes would have come from the Greeks and Romans in the south. Although they do grow in Northern Europe, they were not native and wouldn't have been a common food.
Apples and oats were commonly eaten.
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