food for a while. When Odikweos/Odysseus visits Isketerol of Tartessos:
an Egyptian-made ebony table inlaid with ivory and faience;
tunny baked with goat-cheese;
squid fried with garlic and olive oil;
chickens on spits;
scents of perfumed resin and jasmine;
cool evening air.
SM Stirling, On The Oceans Of Eternity (New York, 2000), Chapter Four, p. 70.
Addendum: Evidence of trans-Atlantic trade. See Comments.