Pass the Garum (http://pass-the-garum.blogspot.de/) is a food blog where the blogger is cooking recipes from Apicius. These include the ancient recipe, modern measurements, pictures of the recipe in progress, and a discussion of how it tastes. The author writes with a sense of humor and the food looks delicious.
Comparisons of mummy portraits with the mummies’ faces: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2224029/First-Century-Photoshop-Study-brings-mummies-life-reveals-talent-ages-painters-eerie-portrait-likenesses.html (via @DrKillgrove)
A reconstruction of a dish from Apicius: http://pass-the-garum.blogspot.de/2012/10/pork-and-fruit-minutal.html (via @Nihil_Novi_Net)
A cartoon about a day in the life of a rich Roman boy: http://rogueclassicism.com/2012/10/30/video-upper-class-teen-boy-life-in-ancient-rome/ (Warning: does contain cartoon nudity at the beginning as part of a discussion about Roman fires and briefly in the baths, as well as vomiting). (via @rogueclassicist)
An article on the tunnels at Baiae: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/history/2012/10/the-unsolved-mystery-of-the-tunnels-at-baiae/ (via @DrKillgrove)
Comments on the Classical names for storms from the Weather Channel: http://thecampvs.com/2012/10/03/the-weather-channel-gets-classical/ (via @theCAMPVS)
Returning to the wreck where the Antikythera mechanism was found: http://romanarcheo.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-antikythera-mechanism-return-to.html (via @jntribolo)
A lively, popular article about Apicius: http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/2012/09/27/161874316/who-wants-to-eat-jellyfish-omelettes-dolphin-meatballs-mouse-on-toast-these-guys (via @SarahEBond)
From @YaleClassicsLib “The Classics Library’s Reference Sources for Classical Studies handout has been updated http://fb.me/1e7IXFIoQ ” Wonderful list of sources with thoughtful annotations.