we will make 2 types of period coffee. ( turkish and Ethiopian)Recipes and supply list will be available for those who want to try may making at home. Iand a limited number of kits will be available for nail order for those who a want a simpler way to acquire supplies .
In this class we'll look at olive oil as an ingredient. First we'll look at modern standards, then compare modern and ancient Roman processes as recounted by Cato and Columella.
This is intended to be a fun interactive class focused on discussing modern myths about medieval food and food practices.
This is a lecture class focusing on how recent archaeological finds have changed our understanding of the Roman diet. The class will focus on recent archaeological digs at the port cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii. It will discuss how new finds and methods are being used to re-examine the traditional viewpoint of the diet of the average citizen and reach towards a better understanding of the diets of these members of the Roman population.