Along with romantic angst, all-consuming jealousy, hating your parents, turning into animals, and potions, William Shakespeare loved to write about food. So what better way to commemorate the 400th anniversary of his death than with an unquiet meal and a pot of ale?
Luckily, Bard experts and authors Caroline Bicks and Michelle Ephraim are on hand to help. They're the authors of the book "Shakespeare, Not Stirred," a clever compendium of snacks, drinks, and other diversions to get you through the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune that we call life. Caroline and Michelle stopped by WGBH—along with some "Crudité of Errors" and a batch of "King James's Absolut Monarch" cocktails—and faced off on our Friday News Quiz.
To hear who emerged from the battle victorious, tune in above.