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Activity No.1 Illustrate the historical timeline of foodservice operation.

YEAR REGION FOOD SERVICE EVENTS

Before 4500 B.C. Denmark and Orkney Isles First volume feeding seen by
10 000 B.C.

Swiss Lake Dwellers eating in


Switzerland
groups by 5 000 B.C.

3 000-500 B.C. Egypt Arl depicts food prepared for


and served to large groups.

2 500-1 000 B.C. Mojenho-Daro Pakistan First evidence of restaurant-


type facilities, including ovens
and stoves.

2 200-500 B.C. China Roadside inns appear in large


cities.

900-500 B.C. Middle East Evidence of production of


both beer and wine.

500-300 B.C. Europe Inns, restaurants, copyrights


for recipes and first known
schools for chefs all appear.

300 B.C.-320 A.D. Europe Romans hold lavish banquets.


Taberns (taverns) appear.

200 B.C. The first cookbook is written,


which is resurrected after
Dark Ages.

1300s England Chaucer and others write


about inn for travelers and
pilgrims. Monasteries develop
various liquers still known to
us today.

1300s France First re-introduction of a


complex meal with seperate
courses.

1491-1547 England Henry VIII, known for his


YEAR REGION FOOD SERVICE EVENTS

rotund figure and voracious


appetite, encourages
elaborare dining.

1400s Italy Great merchants like Marco


Polo expand trade and bring
new foods and spices to
Europe. Rise of gournet
recipes and elaborate
banquets.

1500s France Brings Italian cooks and


recipes to the French court.
Starts French tradition of fine
dining

England Brings Spanish dining


traditions to England

1589-1610 France Beginning of sauce making as


an art. God chefs are prized by
nobility.

First coffeehouses appear and


quickly spread throughout
Europe

1600s France Bourbon King brings French


cuisinentonits grandest
heights

1700s France Very ellaborate meals with


100 or more dishes served,
become common

Russia Introduces concept of


appetizer dishes like caviar
etc, to European tables.

1760 France Boulanger opens restaurant


serving "restorative" soups.