A Sunday Dinner From c. 1913 Recipes : Cooking in Costume!

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7 Responses

  1. MJ says:

    Love this idea! So fun and thank you for sharing this! 💖💖💖

  2. Thanks Angela, this one was great fun to watch! I love your presentation, packed with (self) humor and the occasional drifting of topics. This must having taking a lot time and effort to select, prep, prepare, clean and edit. But well worth it, if you ask me. Tanks again, have a great week.

  3. Some things I loved:
    – Your facial expressions when your dogs were barking
    – Our opinions on onions are the same
    – Your blue socks are lovely
    – Puppy cuddle breaks are the best kind
    – Your coffee disaster was honestly wonderful, you just stood looking at the state of the top of the hob was marvellous
    – Your costumes were lovely and the apron wonderfully frilly
    – Your face when you were drinking the coffee, it looked like a nightmare
    – The sheer amount of effort you put into this, not only the time and actual cooking, but the dishes, clearing up, stress and money on ingredients

    Some interesting things I noticed:
    – In the UK, raisins and sultanas are different, one being black grapes and the other green grapes
    – You can buy chicken stock in shops in the US which a totally foreign concept for me
    – I thought the sauce was glossy – i even said 'its glossy' out loud 😀

    This was a marvellous video with a wonderful outcome! Thank you!

  4. Tori Rattle says:

    You did marvellously well considering. I think the lemon meringue pie looked awesome and I’m surprised your bechemel thickened so well with gluten free flour. The sultana sauce sounds vile, but I’m not a fan of super sweet and savoury things being mixed. Great video!

  5. dlsgl407 says:

    This was so fun! Great idea !

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