Cooking in ancient greece

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Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
Cooking in ancient greece
The cooking lesson takes place outdoors in a 300 years old olive grove.
A brief introduction to food, cooking methods and trade routes of Classical Greece will be followed by a dipping back into its cuisine. Using Athenaeus’ «Deipnosophistai» * and archaeological research data as inspiration, class will enjoy learning how to reproduce ancient Greek recipes both in modern kitchens and according to experimental archaeology.

After the cooking the team will eat what it has been prepared.
$116  per guest
Any day · 10:00 am-14:00 pm
I am available on Mondays and Wednesdays. However, the lesson may be available on request, when time permits.
Minimum guests: 2

Family friendly- Kids are welcome: Yes
Access for wheelchair users: Yes
Free parking: Yes
Street Parking: Yes
Nearby Public transport: Yes
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Mariana
Meet Mariana
Chaniá, Greece

1. Lentils with coriander, leeks and honey.
2. Black olives sprinkled with aromatic seeds.
3. Two more dishes.
Bread baked in a replica of an ancient Greek portable oven.

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1. Thrymatis, a kind of cake which when broken open reveals a small roasted bird.
2. One more dish

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1. Plakous, a kind of sweet bread.
2. Tragemata, the foods that accompanied wine

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Red wine mixed with water