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Stone, pottery, wood and metal pot and pans were cooked in, as cooking did not change much until 16th cen. In whole the medieval period owed too much to the Roman ways of life that

SPAIN / HISPANIA (Roman Spain) - The Romans mostly ate with their fingers. When they were served dished that required utensils, they used spoons and knives. Although forks were common utensils in the villa, they were usually reserved for cooking use only.

A loaf of Roman bread and a clay testum. The testum is placed over the bread and covered with coals. This helps produce even heat and holds in the moisture for portable bread baking.

A loaf of Roman bread and clay testum. The testum is placed over the bread & covered w/ coals. This helps produce even heat & holds in moisture for portable bread baking.

List of the Different Types of Vases - AT&T Yahoo Image Search Results

For all you mortals who have trouble remembering all the different pottery designs Art History: Greek Pottery and Ancient Greek Styles of Ceramic Art

Cook It! British site with historical recipes and food facts. Roman, Viking, Medieval, Edwardian, WWI and II and more.

British site with historical recipes and food facts. Roman, Viking, Medieval, Edwardian, WWI and II and more.

Roman mustard recipe.  Tried it today- we'll see how it turns out!  I didn't have pine nuts, so I used all almonds.

Ancient Roman Mustard

Roman Mustard makes about 2 cups * 1 cup black or brown mustard seeds * cup almonds, chopped * cup pine nuts, chopped * 1 cup cold water * cup red wine vinegar * teaspoons salt * teaspoon black pepper

RECIPE: "Baked Honey Ham in Pastry with a Fig Sauce" by Neill George at Pass the Garum.

Pass the Garum: Baked Honey Ham in Pastry with a Fig Sauce - Ancient Roman Recipe.this sounds very yummy

Roman Food at the British Museum - Cucumbers Vinaigrette by vintagedept on Flickr

Roman Food at the British Museum - Cucumbers Vinaigrette by vintagedept on Flickr

Roman cooking, for a more grown up toga party. (maybe the ides of march?)

Cook Like a Roman

How to Cook Like a Roman. Much of Western cooking, and especially Mediterranean cooking, descends from Roman cooking. To cook like a Roman today you need to use only ingredients that were available to the Romans, adapt your cooking.

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