Oldest known cookbook in existence offers readers a clear picture of what foods Romans ate and how they prepared them, from fig fed pork to rose pie. 49 illustrations.Sa#39;la#39;URNUS COTANA, see COCT ANA COTICULA (CAUDAP), minor cuts of pork, either spareribs, pork chops, or piga#39;s tails COTONEA, a herb of the CUNILA family , wallwort, comfrey or black bryony COTONEUM, COTONEUS, COTONIUS, CYDONIUS, quince-apple, R 163 COTULA, ... R 2aa CLIBANUS, portable oven; also a broad vessel for bread-making ... 140 CRATICULA, grill, gridiron; illustration, p.
|Title||:||Apicii Libri X, Que Dicuntur de Obsoniis Et Condimentis, Sive Arte Coquinaria Quae Extant|
|Author||:||Apicius, Joseph Dommers Vehling|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 1977|