I just stumbled upon this YouTube channel. Fascinating how food was prepared in the 17th and 18th century.
says azlotto on Mar 10th 18 (#818505)
says Rose_Bud on Mar 10th 18 (#2731719)
I'm going to make the "A 240-Year-Old Recipe for Pickling eggs".
says azlotto on Mar 10th 18 (#2731724)
Not a favorite of mine, best of luck on making them.
says Rose_Bud on Mar 10th 18 (#2731735)
I'm just thankful I live in this century, they really had it hard back in those days.
says StarzAbove on Mar 10th 18 (#2731723)
Indeed, Starz. Thanks for your reply.
says azlotto on Mar 10th 18 (#2731726)
says StarzAbove on Mar 10th 18 (#2731727)
Yes, I've watched him before and he's very good. My true passion is history, so I love websites like this. If you've never been to Williamsburg, you really need to go. I loved it so much I applies for an apprenticeship there at one time. Just great stuff.
says Freeranger on Mar 10th 18 (#2731766)
Never been to Williamsburg, but plan to visit one day. I'm studying the traditional methods of food preservation (might come in handy some day).
says azlotto on Mar 10th 18 (#2731770)
says Bozette on Mar 10th 18 (#2731768)
says azlotto on Mar 10th 18 (#2731771)
Hey, this looks interesting and honestly, might come in handy to know some of this in the event of long term power failure.
says Budwick on Mar 12th 18 (#2732237)
This is true. Thanks, Budwick.
says azlotto on Mar 12th 18 (#2732262)
It's certainly different, almost like going back in time, thanks!
says symplycurious on Mar 13th 18 (#2732310)
You're welcome. I'm going to try some of the recipes.
says azlotto on Mar 13th 18 (#2732606)
I’ve always enjoyed using new recipes
says symplycurious on Mar 14th 18 (#2732669)
Pretty neat stuff. I'm going to try the donuts. :)
says Will_Janitor on Mar 27th 18 (#2738257)
I haven't watched that one yet.
says azlotto on Mar 27th 18 (#2738337)
There was a time when people used rose water because vanilla hadn't been invented yet. They also had to watch television by candlelight because they didn't have electric lights yet.
Cars originally ran on booze before gasoline was invented. John D. Rockefeller sponsored the teetotal movement to outlaw alcohol and force people to buy gas from his company, Standard Oil.
says that_guy on Mar 28th 18 (#2738660)
LMAO! Alrighty then.
says azlotto on Mar 28th 18 (#2738755)