Tastes of Byzantium - Paperback
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|About the Author||Andrew Dalby is a classical scholar, historian, linguist and translator most well-known for his books on the history of food, in particular the Greek and Roman empires. Siren Feasts, Andrew Dalby's first food book, won the Runciman Award and his second, Dangerous Tastes, won the Guild of Food Writers Food Book of the Year in 2001. He is also the author of The Classical Cookbook and Empire of Pleasures as well as biographies of Bacchus and Venus.|
|Author 1||Andrew Dalby|
|Editorial Review||""A fascinating read, with its descriptions of the glittering centre of an empire. Along with his portrait of Byzantines feasting on spiced wine and sugary sweets, Dalby includes many colourful observations."" -- Charles Perry, Cornucopia ""A delightful book…Tastes of Byzantium offers a novel and humane approach to the Byzantines and their culture, and one that should appeal to Byzantinists as well as general readers."" -- The Bryn Mawr Classical Review ""The only book in English concerning the history of the very elusive cuisine of Byzantium. Dalby – classicist, historian, and aficionado of linguistics – brings impressive credentials to this pioneering study...bubbles and roils with tales, anecdotes, and just plain gore"" -- Culinary Historians of New York|
|Number of Pages||272|