Morgan Hart

About me

Morgan Hart is the author of The Mago Scrolls, the saga of a cook slave caught up in Punic Wars. The offspring of a Greek philosopher and a Carthaginian pleasure slave, Mago spends his youth toiling in the kitchens of Hieron II, ruler of the Greek city-state of Syracuse.

Handsome, pampered, and cocky, Mago has little interest in the momentous events surrounding the outbreak of the greatest conflict in the ancient world as he ascends to the position of archimageiros, the chef de cuisine for Hieron’s glittering court, achieving fame as a culinary genius throughout Greek Sicily. Unbeknownst to Mago, Hieron and his council of advisors have plans for the young chef that will change his life forever. From the debauched revelry of a Greek symposium to vicious electioneering in the Roman forum and onto the pitching deck of a war galley during the greatest sea battle in history, Mago combines gastronomic expertise with the trade craft of a master spy to carry out Hieron’s plans.

From my website

Little Bird Continues to Cook Up Delicious Fare

Address: 219 SW 6th Ave, Portland OR 97204— Get directionsWebsite: www.littlebirdbistro.comTelephone: (503) 688-5952Get more info....Rostra rating: 4.5 Little Bird’s consistently delicious food continues to amaze TeamMago. Our most recent visit yielded the following culinary gems: Lamb tartar with smoked anchovy mustard, macerated shallots, chervil, potato roll: amazingly sweet mini-dice of lamb…


Address: 28 NE 28th Ave., Portland OR 97232— Get directionsWebsite: tapalaya.comTelephone: (503) 232-6652Get more info....Rostra rating: 4 The bi-directional influence of French and Vietnamese cuisine dates back at least to the 19th century, but its latest manifestation has taken New Orleans by storm in the early 21st. At Tapalaya, chef…

Walking the Newport Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Address: End of Long Street, Newport SA42 0TJ United Kingdom— Get directionsGet more info....Rostra rating: 4.5 Newport, Pembrokeshire is certainly a pretty town and well worth a visit in its own right. But what we enjoyed most during our visit was using Newport as the starting point for another great hike…

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