Ancient egyptian honey bread recipes

Easy Delicious Chicken Dijon and the History of Mustard

Easy Delicious Chicken Dijon and the History of Mustard

"  In ancient times, mustard was primarily considered a medicinal plant rather than a culinary one, being used from everything from a cure for toothaches to a poultice used to treat all manner of illnesses
Detox your body with Spices

Detox your body with Spices

Since the time of the ancientEgyptians, fennel has been used to treat digestive ailments also modern studies support its use as a digestive aid

Summer Savory - Herb of the Week

AncientEgyptians used savory in love potions. The Roman writer Pliny created the Latin name Satureja, which is based on satyr, the half-man / half-goat creature of ancient mythology
Top 7 Russian Sweets

Top 7 Russian Sweets

Known as “honeybread” or “spice breadgingerbreads date back as far as ancientEgyptians. At the time, gingerbread was baked from rye flour mixed with honey and berry juice
poor knights, for one

poor knights, for one

To prevent bread from hardening in the desert heat, the ancientEgyptians scorched slices on a hot stone to prolong its shelf life

Cooking The Mediterranean Countries-Libya

Its use in North Africa goes back thousands of years, and its life-prolonging properties were well known to the ancient Libyans and Egyptians

Paleo Bread Recipes

There is one major difference from commercial breads today and breads baked in ancient and medieval times

READY, SET, START YOUR OVENS!

Our ancient forbearers baked bread in communal ovens. White sugar, brown sugar, honey and molasses can be interchanged equally in bread dough
One of America's Favorite - Pie

One of America's Favorite - Pie

With the knowledge transferred to the Ancient Greeks, historians believe that the Greeks originated pie pastry
Recipes for Easter and Bitter Herbs

Recipes for Easter and Bitter Herbs

The tradition allegedly is derived from ancient Anglo-Saxons who baked small wheat cakes in honor of the springtime goddess, Eostre

Thyme (Garden Thyme) - Herb of the Week

In ancient times, this herb was used for embalming by the Egyptians. The ancient Greeks burnt it as incense in their temples, believing that Thyme was a source of courage

Herb of the Week - Garlic

In ancient times, people used to eat garlic before making a journey at night. The recent winner in the garlic cook-off was Spicy Garlic Butter Cookies with Garlic Goat Cheese and Honey