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Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com
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Burning Your Fingers, Historical Foodways with Regula of MissFoodWise.com

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  • 1. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com FBC 2014 Regula Ysewijn Facts, Fables and Fairytales
  • 2. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com Credit: State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory
  • 3. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com methods of (historical) research Get the facts Always doubt the source  
  • 4. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com Sources Primary Sources Archaeology Literature   Monuments, Pottery, Relics, Buildings, furniture Numismatics (coins, tokens, paper money, and related objects Epigraphy (inscriptions or epigraphs) Paleography (ancient writing) Original words of the writer. Local and foreign Manuscripts ︳ memoirs, biography, diary
  • 5. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com Sources Secondary Sources Archives, public and private Modern books, reprints, translations Newspapers Magazines Handbooks Dictionaries Pamphlets Most of the internet, blogs, newssites,...
  • 6. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com Secondary Sources Interprets and analyses a Primary Source
  • 7. @MissFoodwise Missfoodwise.com blablabla Lorem Ipsum Oste nis sintiatincto dolorae volenissimus dolorepre porianit alignis senda (source: writer, Edition, Volume, place published, publisher, date, page or chapter) epratent ad ut pro volupienis atio coreperro bero explia comnimi, con parum rectae prectatur apicimus adi atio. Apiti arum, quias con et vero et maxime ame (www.whateverwebsite.com/page) volorerit et voluptati im doloritis dolorunt. Dus quiam ulpa vit laceatur sequo et alis a dolore nonsequodi acepelesedi consect usandan ducilique cum, ut vel maio. At as molut voloreptas rerum qui odignihil ius ipsus voluptur ma dolo modiciae nossi aut alit, (whatever magazine, nr, page, date) ali- cius et doluptatem facepro voluptatibus re es re re est quo mo quae reperae (words of a person, name, date of conversation)

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