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Apicius, Marcus Gabius
(əpĭsh`əs), 1st cent., Roman gourmet. He squandered most of his large fortune on feasts and then, anticipating a need to economize, committed suicide. The cookbook called Apicius probably dates from a century later.
The Philippine delegation meanwhile comprised of Filipino counterparts exploring business opportunities in areas of food/dairy, poultry, pharmaceuticals and software development namely ALC Holdings, Apicius, Inc.
A recipe from the surviving ancient Roman cookbook, Apicius, details an item called Isicia Omentata which comprises minced meat, pepper, wine, pine nuts, and a rich fish-based sauce called garum, all formed into a pattie.