“The study of food…tells us everything about ourselves.” Archaeologist Farrell Monaco on making ancient civilizations’ recipes

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Panis Quadratus as made by archaeologist Farrell Monaco. (tavolamediterranea.com)

On her blog, Tavola Mediterranea, archaeologist Farrell Monaco explores food-related history by recreating recipes from ancient civilizations.

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