March 15, 2012

Cookbook Uses Stone Age, Viking Recipes

Jeppe Wojcik, ScienceNordic

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Raw food. New Nordic food. Stone Age food.

Today’s hottest culinary trends are inspired by the distant past, and the number of restaurants serving prehistoric food is on a steady rise.

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TAGGED: Recipes, Archaeology, Cooking


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