Inside the house of Yankee legend Derek Jeter

[post_page_title]Medieval dining[/post_page_title]
One thing that was focused on almost as much as fighting was eating. In medieval times the feasts after battles were just as important as the battles themselves, with hosts showing their wealth off to their guests.

Medieval dining

Jeter is able to show off just how much money he made through playing baseball by hosting dinner parties in his $14 million castle. He can treat his guests to an authentic medieval dinner party by taking advantage of his long table, filling every inch of it with fancy foods and keeping drinks flowing.

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