This is an educational programme which introduces people to foods which were popular from the 9th to the 12th century, discussing how they were cooked, which vegetables and spices were used, zooarchaeological and bio-archaeological finds on Lithuanian hillforts, as well as other discoveries related to preparing food. Finds in a fire burial site from the 9th century in the Swedish town of Birka show how to bake barley pierogi on a campfire hearth. The pierogi are particularly tasty when spread with hemp butter. Finds on the Kukuliškių hillfort mean that lovers of sweets can prepare a dish with millet and honey and enjoy it with acorn coffee or herbal tea (as the visitor wishes). During this process, there is a fashion show of archaeological costumes and finds from graves in the region.