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Cena Romana 2006

   


On Wednesday, October 11, Professor Mulligan hosted a Cena Romana for students of Latin 101 (and some philhellenes from the Ancient Philosophy Reading Group).

Habuimus in Cena  

gustatio

Moretum
Epityrum Varium
Mixtura cum Caeso

 

caput cenae

Pullus Parthicus
Pullus Punicus
Lenticula
Kolokynthe

 

mensa secunda

Hypotrides

 

Philosophi Graeci
Cenatores Latini (Caelicia togata est!)
Pullus Punicus (citra) et Parthicus
Lenticula (citra) et Kolokynthe
Prof. Mulligan, coquus cenae, tomum priscum consultat; nota elementum occultum coquinae Romanae--liquor antisepticus "Fantastik" nomine (iocor!)
Cenatores cena fruuntur
Coquus laetus (et fessus)
Subadiuva coqui cibis maxime delectatur

 

 

Select Bibliography

Faas, Patrick. Around the Table of the Romans: Food and Feasting in Ancient Rome. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

Giacosa, Ilaria Gozzini. A Taste of Ancient Rome. University of Chicago, 1994.

Grant, Mark. Roman Cookery: Ancient Recipes for Modern Kitchens. Serif Publishing, 1999.

Segan, Francine and Tim Turner. The Philosopher's Kitchen: Recipes from Ancient Greece and Rome for the Modern Cook. Random House, 2004.