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Patina

A flat "flan-like" dish used by the Romans. It also lent its name to a dish made with eggs, that were baked with various flavourings in the oven. Popular mixtures were boiled brains, mixed with milk; rose petals; and cooked pears mixed with pepper, cumin honey, wine-must and liquamen. See 'liquamen'

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