Yield: 4 servings
|1 pounds||Cooked tuna fillet; blended with|
|2 teaspoons||Ground pepper|
|5 ounces||Dates (without stones)|
|4 \N||Egg; hard boiled, quartered|
|3 tablespoons||Wine, white|
|2 tablespoons||Wine vinegar|
|2 tablespoons||Green olive oil|
|\N \N||called 'levisticum officinale'. It's an umbelliferous|
|\N \N||plant with yellowish flowers. Its dried roots are used|
|\N \N||as spice. It seems to be a kind of celery.|
|\N \N||DE RE COQUINARIA, Apicius (9,10,2)|
|\N \N||per Sam Lefkowitz|
Cook tuna fillet. Mesh fillet together with dates, honey, wine, vinegar, defritum and oil. Put mass into a bowl and garnish with egg quarters. Serve.
Defritum: Either thick fig syrup, or must that's boiled until you : have only a third of the amount with which you started.
Liebstoeckl: I didn't find an English translation. In Latin it's Submitted By SAM WARING On 06-02-95