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He was born some forty-five years ago in the small town of Duelken on the German-Dutch frontier--a town proverbial for the dullness of its inhabitants. Those of us, although unable to command a staff of experts, but able to prepare their own meals rationally and serve them well are indeed fortunate. During his first trip through Italy and on a visit to Pompeii he conceived the idea of depicting some day the table of the Romans and of making the present translation. This volume, No. Cooks were not considered "clever" unless they could surprise guests with a commonplace food material so skillfully prepared that identification was difficult or impossible. Unfortunately he based his work upon that of Schuch and Wuestemann and Lister.
Ange kod: play Du kanske gillar. Ladda ned. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. This is the first English translation of Apicius de re Coquinaria, the oldest known cookbook in existence.
It is also one of the few translations of this original Roman cookbook prepared by a professional chef. Joseph Vehling's brilliant translation, extended introduction, and full and helpful commentary combine to bring you a clear picture of what foods the Romans ate, how they prepared them, and the highly developed state of culinary arts in Imperial Rome.
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Language: English. Brand new Book. This is the first English translation of "Apicus de re Conquinaria," the oldest known cookbook in existence. Joseph Velhing's brilliant translation, extended introduction, and full and helpful commentary combine to bring you a clear picture of what foods the Romans ate, how they prepared them, and the highly developed state of the culinary arts in Imperial Rome.
Seller Inventory AAC Book Description Paperback. 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.
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