Cooking From the Apicius – THE OLDEST COOKBOOK in the West – Deep-fried Honey Fritters

I recently collaborated with Atlas Obscura https://www.atlasobscura.com/ to visit the oldest cookbook in the West in the rare book library at New York Academy of Medicine. Today I’m going to attempt to make a deep-fried honey fritters from it’s pages using honey from my hives. Let’s travel back in time and make some honey fritters. Big thanks to Atlas Obscura for working on this project with me. Be sure to check out my adventures at the New York Academy of Medicine and meeting the #Apicius: https://youtu.be/Xwq5m8yN-Kw #ancientrecipe
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