In collaboration with the Chocolate Passport Project, students in Visiting Assistant Professor of History Carolyn Twomey's Renaissance & Reformation class took a delicious trip through time to create some early modern hot chocolate! Students transcribed 16th-century recipes by candlelight, and then put them to the taste test.
Medieval Chocolate Taste Test
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