Tag: Eating Archaeology

Archaeology plans the menu for an Alumni Association Event – Eating Archaeology: Cooking up the Past

***SOLD OUT EVENT*** photo gallery of the evening(CLICK) The event was held on Tuesday, December 13, 6:30pm, Food & Wine Program, 808 Commonwealth Ave. Join us for an evening of food and wine with a menu researched by BU graduate students in the Department of Archaeology.  Our chefs will re-create dishes from Prehispanic Aztecs, Bronze Age […]

Eating Archaeology in BU Today

BU Today 6/9/2016 Cooking Up the Past BU students re-create ancient recipes, and eat them too The sponge cake favored by 19th-century prostitutes was dense, cloyingly sweet, and pretty much inedible to someone with today’s palate. That’s according to a group of BU archaeology, gastronomy, and culinary arts students who found the century-old recipe and […]