Medieval Europeans Didn’t Have Tupperware, They Had Pastry Coffins

The barely edible container was the progenitor of pie. EVEN ON HALLOWEEN, PRYING OPEN the lid of a stiff, sealed coffin would be considered a ghastly endeavor. But in Medieval Europe, sawing the top off a well-executed coffin revealed something delicious, … Continue reading Medieval Europeans Didn’t Have Tupperware, They Had Pastry Coffins