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)