Readers say — “A great read that makes the First Century come alive. I particularly liked the recipes”…“Everything is well-documented with surprising depth of detail. I feel like I’ve lived there alongside these ancient peoples.”…“This little book, so chocked full of information, is deeply-researched. Serious at times and humorous at others…” “A wonderful resource for the home-schooling Mom…”
Relying upon the Bible and extensive research for his popular Seeds of Christianity™ Series, E. G. Lewis presents an interesting and informative study on foods, cooking and day-to-day life in the early Christian era. All major food groups are covered with specific chapters on Spices & Herbs, Fruits & Nuts, Grains, Vegetables, Salad Greens, Fish & Fowl, Meat, Milk & Cheese, Sweets and Sweeteners, and even one on What They Didn’t Have. Includes bonus chapters on Aviculture, Apiculture, Ancient Beers and Wines, Olive Oil, Manna, the Gladiator’s Diet and lots of Recipes you can try at home.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Writing has always been a major part of E. G Lewis’ life. A former newspaper editor and publisher, his articles have appeared in many national and regional magazines. He also wrote and directed corporate training films. Mr. Lewis writes both Commercial and Biblical Fiction as well as Non-Fiction. He began work on the Seeds of Christianity™ Series in 2008. The first book, WITNESS, was published in December, 2009. The second in the series, DISCIPLE, came out in June, 2010. The third book, APOSTLE, was released in April, 2011and book four, MARTYR, appeared in February, 2012. He also has a number of Christian and general interest Non-Fiction eBooks. He is currently working on the first volumes in his Rome Series. He also has published two Contemporary novels, PROMISES and LOST. Mr. Lewis has a graduate degree in Economics from Ohio State University and worked in management and corporate planning before becoming a fulltime novelist. He and his wife Gail, also a writer and editor, live on the Southern Oregon Coast.