I have to admit I like this book, Meals and Recipes from Ancient Greece.
The reason I like it, other then a very good write up on meals, menu’s and historic features is that the recipes are based on other gourmets rather then just another Apicius reproduction. Of course the measurements are sparse but the recipes are from many sources. The fish section alone is amazing! More fish recipes then I have seen in any other Roman/Greek cookbook yet. Very very interesting to read. Can not wait to try 2 or 3 of these.
The bread section is a fascinating read. The author does give his own version of each recipe; however every one should feel free to add or subtract as they feel they are comfortable with. I have at least a couple of the bread recipes marked for my experimental to do list.
I could wish for about another 80 pages or so in both information and recipes but for the pricing it’s pretty good. A great addition to any Roman cooking library. Overall I give this book an A-.