• Biblical Archaeology Society | 9/4/2018 | Staff
    This BAR feature hopes to introduce you to a new—yet old—kind of cooking. If you have ever wanted to eat like an ancient person, whether Babylonian, Roman, or Syrian, now you can.
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  • Rare | 8/23/2018 | Rob Fox
    Authorities recently discovered that an abandoned KFC in Arizona — if that doesn’t paint a mental picture I don’t know what does — traded in its eleven herbs and spices for ice and candy.
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  • Biblical Archaeology Society | 8/15/2018 | Staff
    There’s no denying that I have a sweet tooth. Whether I am at home or abroad, I am always in search of desserts. From croissants to baklava, I’ve sampled many delicious dishes—but never before one...
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  • Fr. Z's Blog | 8/5/2018 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    I’ve been “taking a course” about the French Revolution and Napoleon. I went through the Battle of Marengo, and found that there is a dish associated. Well, I knew it, but I remembered it.
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  • wdtprs.com | 7/22/2018 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    Each year when the Feast of St Mary Magdalene comes around, I remember certain people, and not just those named Magdalene. I remember, for example, a certain priest and his mother.
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  • wdtprs.com | 7/17/2018 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    Summer notwithstanding, I have had a hankering for something Roman that I haven’t had for a while. Garofolato. Nails - Cloves - Cloves - Garlic - Garofano In Italian, chiodi … “nails” are cloves…...
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  • wdtprs.com | 6/24/2018 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    The other day I wrote about the connection of the Feast of St. John the Baptist and SNAILS! Romans eat snails on this great feast and so should you. And so did I.
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