Sample medieval food this weekend as the You are what you ate project comes to Millennium Square.
Taking place in Leeds' Millennium Square from the 1st to the 3rd July, the Leeds Loves Food Festival is now in its sixth year. Look out for the You are what you ate festival stall on Saturday 2 July, where we'll be dishing up a range of free family friendly activities. A variety of dishes will be on offer to taste throughout the day, cooked from Medieval recipes on an authentic raised fire. Visitors to our stall can learn about seasonal foods and the importance of healthy eating, past and present. This activity is part of the You are what you ate project, funded by the Wellcome Trust, in partnership with the University of Leeds (School of History), Wakefield Council and the University of Bradford. Saturday 2 July 11am to 6pm Millennium Square, Leeds For more information about the project, see our website: www.leeds.ac.uk/youarewhatyouate or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted in: University news