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Taste of Ancient Rome
     

Taste of Ancient Rome

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by Ilaria Gozzini Giacosa, Anna Herklotz, Ilaria Gozzini Giacosa
 

ISBN-10: 0226290328

ISBN-13: 9780226290324

Pub. Date: 05/28/1994

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

From appetizers to desserts, the rustic to the refined, here are more than two hundred recipes from ancient Rome tested and updated for today's tastes. With its intriguing sweet-sour flavor combinations, its lavish use of fresh herbs and fragrant spices, and its base in whole grains and fruits and vegetables, the cuisine of Rome will be a revelation to serious

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From appetizers to desserts, the rustic to the refined, here are more than two hundred recipes from ancient Rome tested and updated for today's tastes. With its intriguing sweet-sour flavor combinations, its lavish use of fresh herbs and fragrant spices, and its base in whole grains and fruits and vegetables, the cuisine of Rome will be a revelation to serious cooks ready to create new dishes in the spirit of an ancient culture.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780226290324
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
Publication date:
05/28/1994
Edition description:
1
Pages:
239
Product dimensions:
6.63(w) x 9.38(h) x 0.70(d)

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Translator's Preface
Introduction
I. Ancient Sources
II. Food Sources in Ancient Rome
III. The Banquet and Its Preparation
IV. Sauces
V. Appetizers
VI. Soups and Porridges
VII. Domestic Meat and Game
VIII. Fish and Shellfish
IX. Vegetables
X. Desserts
XI. Preserves
XII. Beverages
VIII. Menus
XIV. At the Tavern
Table of Weights and Measures
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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Taste of Ancient Rome 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
PlsPassTheBooks 4 days ago
This book was purchased as a birthday gift for my brother; a unique recipient as he is both a foodie and an archaeology major. He is also one of the most critical, pickiest people I happen to love. I bought it with the intent of it being little more than a novelty, but it turns out he's pretty happy with it being a great deal more than that. The inclusion of original texts allowed for some fun attempts at translating himself, but the practicality of fleshing the recipes out to something a person might actually be able to prepare is where this cookbook shines. When I flipped through it, I found it to be interesting and, frankly, just plain cool...but didn't see anything particularly inspiring. BUT, for a guy who loves all things ancient Rome - this was the golden ticket.
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