Roman Food Extravaganza

Posted on February 16th, 2009 by

On Thursday, January 29, Eta Sigma Phi paired up with Professor Mary McHugh’s Roman Food and Culture class. The interim class displayed their culinary creativity in many Mediterranean dishes. Highlights included: moretum, ham in a crust, Pizza Rustica, carrots in cumin sauce, and green beans. Eta Sigma Phi kindly offered pitas, tzatziki sauce, and sparkling grape juice. The Roman feast was successful and was a culmination of a month’s worth of hard work in the culina. After consumption of food, cheers of “Bene!” could be heard throughout the campus.


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