Britain Man Prepare 4,000-Year-Old Mesopotamian Recipes During Coronavirus Lockdown | A dish prepared with a 4 thousand year old recipe written on stone, translate the script and make the dish in lockdown


  • Britain's Bill Sutherland shared a photo of Twitter preparing the 4,000-year-old Babylonian and Assyrian dishes, writing – trying to make the world's oldest cuisine dating back to 1730 BC

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Jul 13, 2020, 05:57 PM IST

Have you ever read about a 4000 year old recipe or are you trying to make it? Most will answer, no. But Bill Sutherland, living in Britain, made Babylonian and Assyrian 4 thousand years old dishes of Mesopotamia during lockdown. The recipe written on the stone was translated and shared photos of the prepared dishes on Twitter.

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Twitter user Bill Sutherland tweeted, trying to create the world's oldest dish dating back to 1730 BC during the lockdown. These dishes of Mesopotamia are Babylonian and Assyrian. Mesopotamia is currently in Iraq and includes parts of Syria and Turkey. Bill tweeted four linked to Dishes. During the worldwide lockdown, people made a lot of experiments in dishes. This is the first case of the Coronaco, when a dish has been prepared with such an old method.


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