Ancient Roman cheesecakes -- I still haven't made these, and they are so easy. Just mix  flour and ricotta, add an egg and some vanilla, bake and drizzle with warm honey.

Ancient Roman Cheesecake** Rich, dense, honey-drenched cakes made from ricotta cheese — a taste of ancient Rome

Follow these instructions to make a simple bread roll, similar to the type that Ancient Roman bakers and soldiers would have made.

I wish I'd found this link before we made our Roman dish for school homework! A simple Roman bread recipe.

On August 24 in 79 A.D., just before Mount Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum and preserved their r

This Bread Recipe Is Older Than the Colosseum

How to Bake Ancient Roman Bread Dating Back to 79 AD: A Video Primer in Food & Drink, History, Life, Museums

Ancient Roman Bread

Ancient Roman Bread

Brutus and his friends enjoyed long walks on the beach, chilling in front of fire places, and good old Roman bread

Libum from Pompei

Recipe for the ancient roman bread from Pompei. Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl with spatula. The mixture is a little sticky and soft, but this is perfectly normal.

Savillum - This ancient Roman honey sweetened cheesecake is made with eggs and ricotta cheese and flavored with orange zest, lemon juice, and bay leaves.

Savillum - This ancient Roman honey sweetened cheesecake is made with eggs and ricotta cheese and flavored with sour orange zest, lemon juice, and bay leaves.

Ancient recipes for modern kitchens: hapalos artos, a soft bread said to be typical of Roman Cappadocia. It was made with a little milk, olive oil and salt.  Visit the celtnet.org.uk and search for the hapalos artos. My recipe is almost exactly what is written here, except I use sourdough instead of dried yeast and honey instead of sugar.

Ancient recipes for modern kitchens: hapalos artos, a soft bread said to be typical of Roman Cappadocia. It was made with a little milk, olive oil and salt. Mystery of History Volume Lessons 101

Ancient Roman Cheesecake - would be interesting to try!

Rich, dense, honey-drenched cakes made from ricotta cheese — a taste of ancient Rome

Today we'll dip into Italian history, or better, into Roman history, to discover a fantastic ancient roman dessert recipes: the Libum.What is Libum? Libum was a type of bread, or even better an ancient roman cheesecake recipe usually dedicated to Jupiter by spouses during their wedding celebration, or more often offered to the gods as a libation in occasion of sacrifices. You can use ricotta, or choose other types of soft cheeses with a sharper flavor like Stracchino or a goat cheeses. Yo...

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Let's discover a fantastic ancient roman dessert recipes: the Libum, an ancient roman cheesecake recipe to serve in place of bread.

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Roman Honeyfingers —APICIUS, CENTURY - made these - bit like doughnuts dipped in honey and nuts. Great warm and fresh, bit heavy once cooled but kids still liked them.

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