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5 Stories About Baking Cakes (And Bread!)

It’s always the right time for cake! In this reel, enjoy desserts of the past made present, cake cooked on a spit, Portugal’s National treasure and get the dirt on the queen of easy baking, Betty Crocker. Advertisements

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Dazzling Gradients and Geometric Designs Baked into New Pies and Tarts by Lauren Ko

Seattle-based pie baker Lauren Ko (previously) has a multitude of non-edible inspirations that influence her creative pastry designs, including textile patterns, architecture, and string art. These elements are woven into her colorful, and often geometric, fruit pies and tarts topped with … Continue reading

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Made in France – ESMA 2017

Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé ce que deviennent vos chaussettes disparues? Made in France vous le révèle. Have you ever wondered what happened to your lost socks? Made in France reveal it to you. Réalisateurs / Directors : Lamia Akhabbar, Robin … Continue reading

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Austrian Carnival Doughnuts – Beignet de Carnaval – Faschingskrapfen — Aux Delices de Caroline

english – français – deutsch Carnivals Shrove Tuesday is almost upon us and as every good Austrian knows, Carnival is Krapfen time!This, in the past, was because lent was much stricter than it is nowadays and people needed to eat … Continue reading

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How Bananas Changed the World

The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered Published on 11 Jan 2019 From ancient origins to modern trade disputes, the world’s most popular fruit has a memorable history. This is original content based on research by The History Guy. … Continue reading

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Fill up With Five Stories About Soup

Delicious when you’re sick, delicious you’re well. Soup’s up! From hangover cures to phở, from soup made with bird nests to the humanitarian roots of Instant Ramen, you’ll leave this reel satisfied.

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Early American Ginger Beer – 18th Century Cooking

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How we can eat our landscapes

What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of … Continue reading

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Crocheted Seafood and Knitted Loaves Top the Menu of Kate Jenkins’s Food-Focused Exhibitions

Brighton, England-based textile artist Kate Jenkins has been recreating veggies, seafood, and other favorite foods in wool for the last 12 years. Jenkins got her start in knitwear design, but has begun to focus on knitting feasts rather than fashions. … Continue reading

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