The Anglo-Saxons would often have feasts in the hall.
Nearly all food was boiled in a cauldron over a fire and eaten as a kind of stew.
They drank ale from drinking horns because river water was often polluted.
They ate what they grew on their farm land such as:
Pigs and fish like perch or herring might also have been eaten.
Food would be dried or salted to preserve it over the winter.