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" A Lucanian boar, of tender kind Caught, says our host, in a soft southern wind. Around him lay whatever could excite, With pungent force, the jaded appetite; Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine. "
The Flowing Bowl: When and what to Drink - Page 82
by A. William Schmidt - 1891 - 294 pages
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The National Magazine, Volume 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - Periodicals - 1852
...added. The ccena, or dinner, was the principal meal. Of the Roman's first course, Horace says : — " Around him lay whatever could excite, With pungent...brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine." The second course, for which the first was a provocative, consisted of dishes in great variety. Among...
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The National Magazine, Volume 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - Periodicals - 1852
...added. The ccena, or dinner, was the principal meal. Of the Roman's first course, Horace says : — "Around him lay whatever could excite, With pungent...radishes, anchovy brine, With skerrets, and the lees of «Joan wine." The second course, for which the first was a provocative, consisted of dishes in great...
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The national history of England, by E. Farr [and others].

England, Edward Farr - 1873
...promulsis or antecenœ, which consisted of all kinds of stimulants, as indicated by Horace : — " Around him lay whatever could excite. With pungent...appetite ; Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy brine. With skerret, and the lees of (Joan wine." The second course of a Roman dinner consisted of fish, fowl,...
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Our Viands: Whence They Come and how They are Cooked, with a Bundle of Old ...

Anne Walbank Buckland - Cookery - 1893 - 308 pages
...this boar appears to have have been to roast it stuffed with game and poultry. Horace writes of — ' A Lucanian boar of tender kind, Caught, says our host,...brine, With skerrets, and the lees of coan wine.' The modern Romans still love the flesh of the wild boar, and I have eaten it in Italy served up with...
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