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Suzi Holler
Suzi Holler • 1 year ago

WORLD'S OLDEST COOKBOOKS. (Circa 1,700 BCE) "Among Yale University’s collection of cuneiform tablets are three tablets, each containing a recipe collection—a total of 35 recipes. Composed in the middle of the Old Babylonian period, fhey are the world’s oldest cookbooks. The tablets were deciphered and translated by Jean Bottéro and Teresa Lavender Fagan in The Oldest Cuisine in the World: Cooking in Mesopotamia (2004)." More at click-through.

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