EDIBLE HISTORY #2~ GOING BYZANTINE

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On Saturday, January 15, I will give you a glimpse into the diet of the rich and poor of Constantinople in Komninoi times (11th – 12th century AD).



The menu includes, among others:

~ Condyto: a spiced wine

~ Rabbit in wine and spikenard sauce

~ Pork in vinegar and honey sauce

~ Fava made with black eyed beans

~Capers in honey-vinegar sauce

~Olives served with sinapis

~ Braised endives served with olive oil and garos (fish sauce)

~ Silignites, the whitest wheat bread

~Pita-bread baked on hot stone

~ Rice and honey pudding

~Quince sweet spoon

~Almond sherbet

Please make the reservations until 13th of January. evmarosart@gmail.com tel: 210 6207824.
Evmaros Cultural Associaton~ 26, Fokidos st., 11526 Athens
ΓΙΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ ΕΔΩ
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7 thoughts on “EDIBLE HISTORY #2~ GOING BYZANTINE

  1. Α ναι…αναμένουμε φωτογραφικές/βιντεο-καταγραφές και από τούτη τη βραδυά, ΣΥΝΤΟΜΑ!!!

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