A Byzantine Dinner at the Paul Bocuse Institute

The Paul Bocuse Institute, Vivier Castle (photo Paul Bocuse Institute)

A Byzantine dinner will be created on the occasion of the POMEDOR conference in May, at the Paul Bocuse Institute in Ecully near Lyon (France).

This event is a joint creation by the food historian and experimental archaeologist Sally Grainger, with the scientific advise of Andrew Dalby and of Ilias Anagnostakis, our POMEDOR colleague and friend, historian of Byzantium with an in-depth insight into food and foodways, together with a team of the Bocuse Institute & School, as representatives of the French gastronomy!

The dinner will be presented by food historian Andrew Dalby.

This event is under the patronage of French chef Régis Marcon.

Time & Place
Thursday, 19 May 2016 (All day)
Institut Paul Bocuse
Château du Vivier 1 chemin de Calabert
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