Una pestilenza sta prendendo la nostra terra. Gli dei sono incazzati. È tempo di prendere in mano questa situazione con un antico sacrificio greco. Vattene, pestilenza, vattene!
A pestilence is sweeping our land. The gods are pissed. It’s time to take this situation into our own hands with an ancient Greek sacrifice. Be gone, pestilence, be gone!
Explora una de las muchas formas y simbologías relacionadas con el pan griego antiguo con ‘La hija de Deméter’: una receta para una barra de pan de 2.000 años de antigüedad que se asemeja a un trirreme griego. ¡Velocidad de ataqueeeee!
The Mediterranean Triad: A Recipe for Kneaded Rissole of Spelt and Fava Beans with a Red Wine Oenogarum
Taste the Mediterranean Triad with this 2,500-year-old ancient Graeco-Roman recipe for a kneaded rissole of spelt-dough and boiled beans, fried crackly and gold in boiling oil and served with a homemade red wine oenogarum.
Il Savillum incontra la Kalitsounia in questa antica ricetta di 2,500 anni fa per una sontuosa torta al formaggio di capra e al miele degna di un banchetto… o di uno spuntino di mezzanotte dopo una turbolenta partita a kottabos!
Esplora una delle molte forme e simbologie che coinvolgono il pane greco antico con “La Figlia di Demetra”: una ricetta per una pagnotta di 2000 anni fa che è stata modellata per assomigliare a un trireme greco. Velocità di speronamento!
“On a balmy, starlit night more than 40 people are seated at a table that runs the length of the inner courtyard of Castello di Potentino, a medieval castle in southern Tuscany. Through openings in the wall you can glimpse the slopes of Monte Amiata. The mountain was sacred to […]
This event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic and associated health and safety precautions and travel restrictions. “On a balmy, starlit night more than 40 people are seated at a table that runs the length of the inner courtyard of Castello di Potentino, a medieval castle in southern […]
CANCELLED – The Old School Kitchen: From the Etruscan Table to the Roman Banquet (May 31-June 6, 2020)
Join food archaeologist, Farrell Monaco for a 5-day live-in edible archaeology master class at the palatial Castello di Potentino, a medieval castle hidden in a valley in the Tuscan countryside, as we explore the food history and archaeology of Etruria, Magna Graecia, and Rome from 800 BC to the Imperial Roman Era (AD 476). May 31- June 6, 2020 – Monte Amiata (Tuscany), Italy.
Explore one of the many forms and symbologies involving ancient Greek bread with ‘Demeter’s Daughter’: a recipe for a 2,000-year-old loaf of bread that was shaped to resemble a Greek trireme. Ramming speed!
Hey good looking! Whatcha got cooking? How’s about cooking up ancient bread with me?… There has been a particular theme that has consistently presented itself during my research this summer, and it’s called ‘continuity’. In archaeology, continuity is a term used to connote the unbroken or consistent existence, operation, or […]
Hey, good looking! Whatcha got cooking? So… I took a break this week from preparing for this summer’s presentations and cooking workshops in Italy to get back into the kitchen where I could indulge in what I call ‘procrastibaking‘. This sometimes happens when I have a writing deadline or lot […]