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What does a 1920s BIRTHDAY CAKE taste like?

I make myself a chocolate birthday cake using a 100 year old recipe, and I explore the history of birthday cake and why we put candles on them. Help Support the Channel with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tastinghistory Follow Tasting History with Max … Continue reading

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Le Saucier

Tom Felton narrates a story of the world putting itself back together again after a meteor hits.

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How French Baguettes Are Made In Paris | Regional Eats

In this episode, baker Mahmoud M’seddi welcomes us into his bakery in Paris’ 14th district where his award-winning baguettes come to life. Making a baguette is complex and time-consuming process that requires a lot of dedication, skill, expertise, but most … Continue reading

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BBC World Service – Discovery, The Origin of Stuff, Fork

Katy Brand explores the life of the unsung hero of the cutlery world – the fork. Listen: BBC World Service – Discovery, The Origin of Stuff, Fork

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Taste-Changing Spoon Experiment | Dara Ó Briain’s Science Club | Earth Lab

The colour of food doesn’t just affect what it looks like, it affects what it tastes like in our mouth but what about what we eat it from? Taken from Dara O’Briain’s Science Club.

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You’ve Been Making Paella All Wrong

Chefs around the world have been putting their own spin on paella for years, adding everything from avocado to chorizo to grated cheese to the mix. This gives Guillermo Navarro indigestion. Not literally. But figuratively. Navarro isn’t OK with anyone … Continue reading

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Trying 7 Soups From 7 Countries | Around the World

Soup’s on. Seven people, seven countries, seven soups—and not one single serving from a can. Great Big Story senior producer Beryl Shereshewsky searched far and wide to find how people enjoy their soup around the world. Among them: chanko nabe, … Continue reading

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Quarantined Photographer Creates Mini “Outdoor” Scenes With Food | My Modern Met

By Emma Taggart on June 6, 2020   When Los Angeles-based writer and travel photographer Erin Sullivan found herself stuck inside due to COVID-19 lockdowns, she wanted to find a way to keep her imagination and creative practice alive. Using … Continue reading

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What Makes These Potatoes Stretchy

Yang Youping proudly serves Yunnan cuisine at his restaurant in Beijing. Yunnan is a province in southwestern China known for fare like pounded potatoes. They look a lot like mashed potatoes, but pounded potatoes have got a unique stretch to … Continue reading

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History through the eyes of the potato – Leo Bear-McGuinness

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/history-thr… Baked or fried, boiled or roasted, as chips or fries; at some point in your life you’ve probably eaten a potato. But potatoes have played a much more significant role in our history than just that … Continue reading

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