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Cookery and Dining in Imperial Romeby Apicius
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Oldest known cookbook in existence offers readers a clear picture of what foods Romans ate and how they prepared them. Actual recipes — from fig fed pork and salt fish balls in wine sauce to pumpkin Alexander style, nut custard turnovers, and rose pie. 49 illustrations.
Table of Contents
THE BOOK OF APICIUS
"A Critical review of its times, its authors, and their sources, its authenticity and practical usefulness in modern times."
THE RECIPES OF APICIUS AND THE EXERPTS FROM APICIUS BY VINIDARIUS
"Original translation from the most reliable Latin texts, elucidated with notes and comments."
A bibliography of Apician manuscript books and printed editions.
DICTIONARY OF CULINARY TERMS AND INDEX
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