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4705Re: [Apicius] First Roman Cookbooks to Purchase?

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  • Susan Weingarten
    Dec 3, 2009
      I would add to the books already suggested:
      Cathy Kaufman Cooking in ancient civilizations (Greenwood Press 2006)

      this was written as a school textbook (some kids are very lucky) so has excellent explanations, and includes recipes from ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt as well as Greece and Rome. The author is a chef and culinary historian. Some of her recipes are based on Apicius etc while others are reconstructions of her own, but she always distinguishes between them.

      Susan Weingarten
      Tel Aviv

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