Reconstructing Minoan cooking

This sounds amazing, taking a Minoan cookery class is now definitely one of my ambitions!

Recently we were invited to attend a demonstration on Minoan Cuisine – appropriately held near the Palace of Knossos on the island of Crete. Jerolyn Morrison, a trained archaeologist and one of the creators of Minoan Tastes, reenacted cooking techniques from ancient times. Minoan Tastes organises cooking events for people to (as she prints on […]

via Minoan Tastes — An Evolving Life

Author: Anna P. Judson

Researcher of Linear B, currently in Athens

4 thoughts on “Reconstructing Minoan cooking”

  1. Jerolyn is one of my colleagues from the Instap study Center for East Crete. I have enjoyed the experience of tasting the ancient foods which Jerolyn prepares and cooks to the delights of those she is demonstrating to. The tastes of the ancient’s are truly amazing.

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