Beef steak pie, mustard greens, and a dish that bears a striking resemblance to what we’d now call macaroni and cheese. See how food has changed while we show you how meals were prepared by those who came before us.
You can watch us eating these dishes while drowning them in parmesan cheese and mushroom catsup here. A combination that would have only made sense in the 1800s I swear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3evGGskfdI
feelin back to 1800 thanks. 💕
I’ve never seen mustard greens cooked like that before it looked good though! I usually boil mine with some smoked meat. Smoked turkey tails or smoked ham hocks and of course corn bread on the side!😊
So simple and lovely. As a relatively poor young adult, I actually love these videos. It gives me inspiration for what to cook with minimal ingredients.
Why is the butter covered in flour?
I bet there was very little ‘food poisoning’ in them days. Thanks for the post.
And nowadays all the work is done by machines and the humans rest like they are the things .
I love this programIt's POSITIVE!!Warm & loving.Nice to see thisAmong all theBAD news.Gives me reasonToStillLoveMy Country
Shoutout to Andrew Tate for filming this
Какая приятная атмосфера
New here and I'm loving the content
Although this is a well worked out documentary on a day in the life of cooking in 1807, more real life happenstances are unfortunately missing. Almost a robotic use of this fine woman of the age. She could almost be AI but of course she is not but the setting makes it seem this way. I'm hoping that in future episodes that some real human nature is added and not just at the end where she is happy with the turn out of the food prepared. Although activity was at a minimum there was some and probably should be introduced. Even Women in this scenario by themselves were not silent. Just some thoughts.
I just love everything!!!💕The setting The meals The Coziness of the Lil cottage it's so amazing how she relives the pioneer days!!!#The meals always look delishhhhhhhh!!
When can I come over for dinner😂🥰
I may have missed something, but how were the noodles made?
That food I'm sure was more healthy than today's garbage but because of the conditions they had to live under, their life span wasn't long. 😢
I simply love this channel. The quiet , the peace, the simplicity, just awesome. I've commented before, it was not an easy life but a pure life.
Romans 3-23 For all have sinned and fallen short to the glory of God. 6-23 For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Jesus Christ Our Lord. 5-8 But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. 10:9-10, (9) if you declare with your mouth,"Jesus is Lord" and believe in your heart that God has raised him from the dead, you will be saved. (10) for it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved.
Interesting how the roux is made by covering a ball of butter in flour
And they STILL don’t use enough seasoning in 2022!!!
Justine, you’re messy and dirty when comes to cook! You don’t even clean the pots that are hanging on your wall! Most likely they are dusty and gross! You think it leads off the parts and throw it on the ash and then you put it back it’s kind of gross at least flip to the other side so they can get ashes all over the food!
200 years a go, usually they did have manners at the table! They used knives and forks, to cut their food! Nice manners is always good to have it, even when you're poor!
Love your channel! Though I don’t respond to each video. I watch em and enjoy em all!! On the big screen 🍻😎👍
Do they have macrooni bk in the 1800’s
Love these videos! It’s so calming
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