Without cooking, I'd have eaten the veg and roots, and happily gone for the watermelon salad. But I bet some fancy restaurant somewhere would serve the marrow and nuts.
Obviously years of competitive cooking shows have influenced the H. Sapiens' meals, as there was a lot of nice preparation and plating. Particularly impressive using only early stone tools.
(I expected a monolith to show up at the photo of one hominin chasing another away from its food supply.)
Admittedly, everyone working there is Filipino or Chinese, so it wouldn't be Castor and Pollux, but I'd accept some Southeast Asian god name.
Climate-driven introduction of the Black Death and successive plague reintroductions into Europe
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