Roman Meals. Latin I 2013. Let’s Eat!. Most Romans were poor. “Bread and Circuses” Annona ---welfare tokens Alimenta ---similar to our WIC program for kids Daily food in the city for the lower classes would have had little variety: bread, vegetables, meat on occasion
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Vinegar, Molasses, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Anchovies, Water, Onions, Salt, Garlic, Tamarind Concentrate, Cloves, Natural Flavorings, Chili Pepper Extract.
Menu: gustatio(at least 2 dishes) 20 pts
fercula (at least 3 dishes) 20 pts
secundamensa(1 or more dish) 20 pts
Seating chart: 8 guests 10 pts
Seating chart diagram 10 pts
Neatness/layout: 10 pts
TOTAL 100 points