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This post is one big pointer to a fascinating site about Russian food. Go here for the entry.
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Just like the title--it's a short post about a link to an article I found interesting. Go here for the entry.
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In which I go on and on about yet another batch of moretum, the cheese spread of ancient Rome. I swear I won't blog about it again, honest! If you still care, go here for the entry.
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Ever wonder how the vinegar Roman cooks used in their cuisine differ from the sour stuff we buy at the supermarket? British "food archaeologist" Alan Coxon thinks he knows. In addition to being a chef, and proselytizer for Britain and food, he makes and sells vinegars based upon his historical research. I talk about his site on my blog. Go here for the entry.
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In which I give a brief update of my activities with a few snippets of historical fact. Go here for the entry.
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In which I pass on a link to a BBC article about an archaeological dig on Skye showing that hazelnuts were popular during the Mesolithic. Go here for the entry.
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Just reposting a link about powdered vegetables and fruit. Go here for the entry.
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In which I describe my second experiment with moretum--this time, using a hard cheese as Virgil intended. Go here for the entry.
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In which I talk about someone else's moretum experiment and prepare to make garlic cheese spread using a different kind of cheese. Go here for the entry.

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