A Roman inspired recipe, this time the original is by Apicius.
Inspired by a Roman recipe by Apicius – Book VII, X “Fresh Ham”.
The Romans called this “moretum“, which can be translated as a salad or a cheese and garlic spread. This one is based on the writings of Columella, a Roman agricola.
The Romans called this “moretum“, which can be translated as a salad or a cheese and garlic spread. This one is based on Virgil’s poem about the agricola Symilus.
Books I use for sewing and millinery.
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