Santa Barbara Mission Kitchen
The Kitchen at the Mission Santa Barbara. "This kitchen display is typical of the indoor cooking facilities of the early 1800s. Cooking was done both outdoors and indoors. Indoor cooking was usually done by women over hot, glowing charcoal. FOOD SOURCES: Large gardens, orchards and adjacent ranchos supplied the Indians and Mission community with vegetables, fruit livestock and grains such as wheat, barley, oats and corn. THE ORIGINAL ADOBE CAN BE SEEN ON THE LEFT SIDE WALL."
Copyright: Bill Heller
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8192x4096
Taken: 10/05/2012
上传: 10/05/2012
更新: 29/03/2015


Tags: santa barbara mission; kitchen; historic landmark; landmark; california; california historical landmark; california missions
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