Shakespearean Feast

NPR's Neva Grant visits the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington to learn how food was regarded, prepared and eaten in the 1600s. The library is hosting an exhibition called "Fools and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England" through the end of the year.

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