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Bread for the Gods: Pharmakos Barley Cakes with Cheese and Figs Baking Sheet, Baking Soda, Barley Flour, Ancient Recipes, Dried Figs, How To Make Bread, Cheese, Snacks

Bread for the Gods: Pharmakos Barley Cakes with Cheese and Figs

A pestilence is sweeping our land. The gods are pissed. It's time to take this situation into our own hands with an ancient Greek sacrifice. Be gone, pestilence, be gone!

The Graeco-Roman Sweet Tooth: Goat-Cheese Honey Cake Old Recipes, Greek Recipes, Gourmet Recipes, Cake Recipes, Greek Desserts, Recipies, Ancient Greek Food, Ancient Greece, Midevil Food

The Graeco-Roman Sweet Tooth: Goat-Cheese Honey Cake

Savillum meets Kalitsounia in this 2,500-year-old recipe for a sumptuous goat-cheese and honey cake fit for a banquet.... or for a midnight snack following a raucous game of kottabos!

The Greek Sweet Tooth: Goat-Cheese Honey Cake - Ancient Recipes - Greek Recipes Great Desserts, Summer Desserts, Honey Cupcakes, Russian Honey Cake, Lavender Cake, Honey Chocolate, Ancient Recipes, Classic Cake, Greek Recipes

The Graeco-Roman Sweet Tooth: Goat-Cheese Honey Cake

Savillum meets Kalitsounia in this 2,500-year-old recipe for a sumptuous goat-cheese and honey cake fit for a banquet.... or for a midnight snack following a raucous game of kottabos!

Bread for the Gods: Taralli Pugliesi Midevil Food, Bread Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Ancient Recipes, Italian Bread, How To Make Bread, Bread Baking, Snacks, Eat

Bread for the Gods: Taralli Pugliesi

Explore the ritual roots of Taralli Pugliesi, a bread snack from Puglia that is still made today exactly the same way that it was made when the Greeks first colonized the south of Italy 2,600 years ago.

Give praise to the Roman oven goddess with Mola Salsa: spelt and salt wafers that were made during the annual festival of Fornacalia. All hail Fornax! Bread Oven, Bread Baking, Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Recipes, Holiday Recipes, Salsa, Delish, Bakery, Favorite Recipes

Bread for the Gods: Mola Salsa

Give praise to the Roman oven goddess with Mola Salsa: spelt and salt wafers that were made during the annual festival of Fornacalia. All hail Fornax!

The Roman Sweet Tooth: Apicius' Hypotrimma with Defrutum Glazed Spelt Biscuits Midevil Food, Spelt Biscuits, Roman Food, Sheep Cheese, Ancient Recipes, Digestive Biscuits, Cheese Dishes, Recipe Filing, Old Recipes

The Roman Sweet Tooth: Apicius' Hypotrimma with Defrutum Glazed Spelt Biscuits

The weird meets the wonderful in this show-stopper of a Roman sweet-cheese dish that will see you sneaking more of it long after you've had your fair share. Derived from a 2,000-year-old recipe by Apicius and a bronze 'pastry' clam shell mold found at Pompeii, hypotrimma with defrutum glazed spelt biscuits is a stunning example of the complexity and sophistication of Imperial Roman culinary culture and flavour preferences.

Baking with the Romans - The Key Ingredients: Git. Old Recipes, Greek Recipes, Baking Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Ancient Roman Bread Recipe, Ancient Recipes, Bread Starter, Food Technology, Nigella Sativa

Baking with the Romans - The Key Ingredients: Git.

Get the git out with this 2,000-year-old recipe for a fragrant, naturally-leavened Roman bread that incorporates Roman coriander. History is delicious!

Baking Bread with the Romans: Part III – The Panis Strikes Back Bread Recipes For Kids, Old Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Greek Recipes, Italian Recipes, Ancient Roman Bread Recipe, Ancient Roman Food, How To Make Bread, Food To Make

Baking Bread with the Romans: Part III – The Panis Strikes Back

Join Roman bread archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, as she delves deeper into the specifics, the ingredients, the techniques and the tools that made Panis Quadratus the most iconic bread made in the Ancient Roman Mediterranean. Archaeology is delicious!

Recreation of Panis Quadratus (by Farrell Monaco) - A recreation of Panis Quadratus (or Panis Siligineus), a type of ancient Roman bread found carbonized in Pompeii , and depicted in Roman art . Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Roman Bread Recipe, Ancient Recipes, Cooking Gadgets, How To Make Bread

Baking Bread with the Romans: Part III – The Panis Strikes Back

Join Roman bread archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, as she delves deeper into the specifics, the ingredients, the techniques and the tools that made Panis Quadratus the most iconic bread made in the Ancient Roman Mediterranean. Archaeology is delicious!

Apicius' Pear Patina with Honey Fritters Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Romans, Rome Antique, Ancient Recipes, Cooking Gadgets, Cooking Classes, Fritters, Sweet Tooth, Honey

The Roman Sweet-tooth: Apicius' Pear Patina with Honey Fritters

Spring and summer truly are my favourite seasons of the year as it usually involves three of my favourite things: gardening, reading, and recreating Roman foods. Today I'm making a pear soufflé with garum...

The Mediterranean Triad - Grapes, Grains and Olives: Death by Defrutum Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Romans, Grape And Grain, Ancient Recipes, Projects To Try, Death, Olives, Cooking, How To Make

The Mediterranean Triad - Grapes, Grains and Olives: Death by Defrutum

Explore the use of grapes in ancient Roman cooking by learning how to make this 'killer' condiment known as defrutum.

The Mediterranean Triad - Grapes, Grains and Olives: Death by Defrutum Ancient Roman Food, Grape And Grain, Ancient Recipes, Olives, Grains, Death, Fruit, History, Historia

The Mediterranean Triad - Grapes, Grains and Olives: Death by Defrutum

Explore the use of grapes in ancient Roman cooking by learning how to make this 'killer' condiment known as defrutum.

Apicius' Pear Patina with Honey Fritters Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Cookie Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Desserts, Savory Bread Recipe, Ancient Recipes, Exotic Food, Cooking Gadgets

The Roman Sweet-tooth: Apicius' Pear Patina with Honey Fritters

Spring and summer truly are my favourite seasons of the year as it usually involves three of my favourite things: gardening, reading, and recreating Roman foods. Today I'm making a pear soufflé with garum...

Fresco of Panis Quadratus, or Panis Siligineus (by Farrell Monaco) - A fresco from the House of Julia Felix in Pompeii , Italy . The fresco depicts different kinds of Roman breads, and is on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. Ancient Pompeii, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Pompeii Italy, Roman Food, Different Types Of Bread, Ancient Recipes, Ancient History, European History, Museum

Putting Ancient Recipes on the Plate

To better understand the distant past, it can help to taste and smell it.

Cuneiform Gingerbread Tablets: Because sometimes a plan old biscuit calls for some ancient Assyrian script. Old Recipes, Cake Recipes, Yummy Recipes, Gingerbread Dough, Ancient Recipes, Bread Baking, Bread Food, Some Recipe, Geek Gifts

Edible Archaeology: Gingerbread Cuneiform Tablets

Edible Archaeology: Gingerbread Cuneiform Tablets

Explore the Roman sweet tooth with this recipe for bite-sized honey and poppy-seed cakes. Globi are so irresistable that you'll want to make a double order! Old Recipes, Sweet Recipes, Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Recipes, Dessert Bread, Cooking Gadgets, Just Desserts, Sweet Tooth, Good Food

The Roman Sweet Tooth: Cato's Globi

Explore the Roman sweet tooth with this 2,000-year-old recipe for bite-sized honey and poppy-seed cakes. Globi are so irresistable that you'll want to make a double order!