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Re: [Ancient Mediterranean Cooking] Roman Cooking Utensils

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  • James Mathews
    ... Reference: P. Faas, Around the Roman Table, Food and Feasting In Ancient Rome, Univ. of Chicago, 1994. Respectfully Submitted; Marcus Audens
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 8, 2014
      >>>> Cooking Equipment <<<<

      On the wall of a Roman kitchen there were hooks and chains for hanging equipment like knives, choppers, meat forks, soup spoons sieves, graters, spits, tongs, cheese-slicers, nutcrackers, measuring jugs, pat'e moulds, and all kinds of pots and pans, such as:

      >> the 'pultarius', the stewing pot for 'puls';
      >> the 'caccabus', a pot used for simmering;padella
      >> the 'padella' a shallow pan;
      >> the 'patina' a circular or oval dish;
      >> the 'angulis' a square pan.

      Reference: P. Faas, "Around the Roman Table, Food and Feasting In Ancient Rome," Univ. of Chicago, 1994.

      Respectfully Submitted;

      Marcus Audens

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