I love how everyone's giving themselves Roman-style names. Hee.
Did you know? Breakfast (jentaculum) in Roman times was generally a small meal and usually consisted of some combination of bread, salad, olives, cheese, fruit, nuts, honey, and cold meat left over from dinner the night before. This meal was usually eaten at or shortly after dawn.
Lunch (prandium) was usually eggs and bread, perhaps a little meat; and dinner (cena) was, in wealthy homes, usually a huge feast, featuring hors d'oeuvres such as radishes, mushrooms, oysters, and sardines; a main course of fish, shellfish, meats such as wild boar or venison (and in the very richest homes, also peacock); an offering to the gods of wheat, salt and wine; and a dessert of stuffed dates, honeyed bread, honey-sweetened fruit, or poppy seeds mixed with honey.
The average Roman, however, ate mainly bread and porridge, sweetened with honey. Cheese was also popular with the lower classes, as was sausage, domestic fowl, eggs, fish and shellfish. Wine was drunk with every meal, only the quality varying from the rich to the poor; but always watered down, spiced, and/or heated -- undiluted wine was considered barbaric.