[Sca-cooks] OOP but Not OT - Ancient Greek Food

Gretchen Beck grm at andrew.cmu.edu
Fri Jan 18 11:28:55 PST 2008

How about the three f's in some combination:

fish, figs, feta?  I was reading somewhere about fish vs meat in ancient 
Athens -- fish was considered a desirable food because it was all yours (it 
did not have the sacrificial laws/sharing laws that meat had -- where you 
shared certain parts with the gods, and hit and miss about what part of the 
rest you might end up with).

Olives would be a good addition as well.

toodles, margaret

--On Friday, January 18, 2008 1:23 PM -0600 Michael Gunter 
<countgunthar at hotmail.com> wrote:

>> An upcoming lecture will be by Harry Turtledove (yes, the sci-fi writer)
>> and the topic is ancient Greece.
>> Any ideas?
> If you can find it, Lamb's liver grilled over olive wood or vine cuttings
> drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice.
> Wheat polenta with goat cheese, fried or baked drizzled with olive
> oil.
>> Renata
> Gunthar
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