100 year old WEIRD baking hacks | How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Welcome to How To Cook That I’m Ann Reardon and today we’re looking at baking hacks from 100 years ago! I was looking through this really old cookbook that belonged to my great-grandmother and I asked my mum if I could borrow it. Let’s start by looking at some of the kitchen maxim’s as they […]

A Just-Right Kitchen With Vintage Style

(upbeat guitar music) – The kitchen when we moved in was horrible, it had really old cabinets, rust colored walls so it was really dark. – Our last kitchen, I did most of the work myself and it took about a year. – [Ronna] You wouldn’t know where to put the stuff next to the […]

I Tried Cooking A Recipe From The 1910s

– Doesn’t smell horrible. Okay, there’s the smell. Yup that’s pungent. (light upbeat music) Hi, I’m Alix, and I love cooking and history. Throughout history there have been hundreds of food trends that have come and gone. Today, I’m gonna be trying out one of these recipes and seeing if it’s edible. Okay, Oyster and […]

Weird Wonderful Women | Episode 7 – Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker Born 1906, died 1975. Josephine was born as Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri. Josephine grew up in a low income neighbourhood mainly comprised of brothels. She made her stage debut at one year old, when she accompanied her parents on stage for the finale of their vaudeville act. She attending elementary […]

I Tried Cooking A Recipe From The 1910s