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Food and Drink was a long-running British television series on BBC Two during the 1980s and 90s. It was presented by Chris Kelly and chef Michael Barry with wine experts Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke. For the BBC radio station, see BBC Radio 2. ... The 1980s refers to the years from 1980 to 1989. ... For the band, see 1990s (band). ... Michael Barry is a British chef and television personality who was a regular co-presenter on the BBC2 television show Food and Drink in the late-80s and 90s. ... For other uses, see Wine (disambiguation). ... Jilly Goolden (born 1956) is a well-known British wine critic, journalist and television personality. ... Oz Clarke (1949 - )is a British wine writer and broadcaster. ...

A spin-off panel game, Food and Drink Summer Quiz, aired during the main show's summer break in 1987.

The theme music was by Simon May. Simon May is a British musician and composer, best known for composing some of British televisions best known theme tunes, including EastEnders and Howards Way. ...

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Regia Anglorum - Food And Drink in Anglo-Saxon England (2803 words)
By and large though, food was almost always boiled in a cauldron or baked in the embers of a fire usually wrapped in leaves and clay, as it was a more economic way of providing well cooked nutritious meals.
Food was eaten from wooden or clay bowls using only a knife and spoon (forks do not seem to have been used for eating until much later in the medieval period).
Drinks were served from pottery jugs and pitchers or from bottles made of wood, clay or leather.
variblog: Food and Drink (395 words)
Food was good and with the great themeing inside and out (helps that its an authentic diner shipped over from the states!) it made a nice change from the usual burger joints we get over here.
Fast food, mainly Maccy D's at the time, was limited to birthdays and other occasions and even then only a hamburger (with no ketchup/onions/mustard/whatever else is plopped on top) and fries.
From my experience at-least, fast food was something to look forward to, something totally amazing that you could only eat it when celebrating birthdays and other such occasions.
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