Tag: cooking class

Panem et Dulcia - Eataly

Panem et Dulcia – Bread and Sweets of Ancient Rome

Join award winning archaeologist and food-writer, Farrell Monaco, for an ancient Roman culinary master class at Eataly Los Angeles! Embark on a journey into the beauty, simplicity, and sophistication of Roman breads, sweets, and pastries. Then explore various types of archaeological, artistic and literary evidence that provide archaeologists with clues as […]

Panem et Dulcia - Eataly
Classes and Retreats, Edible Archaeology, United States

Panem et Dulcia – Bread and Sweets of Ancient Rome

Join award winning archaeologist and food-writer, Farrell Monaco, for an ancient Roman culinary master class at Eataly Los Angeles! Embark on a journey into the beauty, simplicity, and sophistication of Roman breads, sweets, and pastries. Then explore various types of archaeological, artistic and literary evidence that provide archaeologists with clues as […]

The Old School Kitchen: Baking Bread with the Romans (Baltimore, MD)

Excellence Through Classics : Bread in Ancient Rome

Join award-winning archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, for a live BAKING presentation and lesson focused on bread and bread-making in ancient Rome. Farrell will discuss the archaeology of bread in ancient Rome, sources of evidence, the known varieties, methods of manufacture, form, function and symbolism. 

A Roman bread recipe will be provided to participants in advance. N.B. Please prepare your dough the day prior to the webinar so it can bake while in the session.  N.B.B.Some materials shared during the session will only be available during the live webinar.   

Rome Cooking Classes 2018
Ancient Recipes, Classes and Retreats, Edible Archaeology

Edible Archaeology Cooking Class: The Mediterranean Triad (Rome, Italy)

Ongoing. Please email: [email protected] to inquire. Explore the history of ancient Rome’s river ports and the city’s once bustling food distribution quarter with experimental archaeologist and food-writer, Farrell Monaco. Then cook an authentic Roman dinner using the three key ingredients in the ancient Roman diet: Grapes, Grains and Olives. This […]