The 200 Year Old Cookbook dessert recipes How To Cook That Ann Reardon


Making desserts from a 200 year old cookbook lets us have a glimpse of what life was like back in the 1800’s
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Hi I am Ann Reardon, How to Cook That is my youtube channel it is filled with crazy sweet creations made just for you. This week I ma making some sweet fritter recipes from my mums 200 year old cookbook. Join me for creative cakes, chocolate & desserts, new video every Friday.

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  1. I wanted to let you know that i feel as if the youtube problem is being solved, because i got recommended your videos from watching b a and tasty. Glad i found you ❤️

  2. Love the 200 year old recipes! I do something similar to the apple fritters, but I dip them in (american style) pancake batter and cook like pancakes. Served with homemade caramel sauce and/or creme anglaise for brunch.

  3. In Disneythey battered vegetable curry for the restaurant in the World of Pandora. Sounds weird, but was one of the best fritters I have ever had. Banana fritters are also great.

  4. As with most adulteration of ingredients that degraded the vitamins, the creation of white rice was in order to increase shelf life. The nutrition in the exterior goes rancid within ~6 months, depending on climate.

  5. Hey Ann, The next time you do a 200yr old recipe, can you collab with the YouTuber Townsends? Jas Townsends is a reenacter who specializes in 18th century cooking and even cooks in a period accurate kitchen over an open fire with period accurate tools. He's done an episode about cheese-curd fritters in the past and it looked VERY similar to the the Fritters Royal with the exception of how the curd was made.

  6. Thank you so much for investing so much time, love, and energy into creating such amazing historical recipes and content. I will support you in any and every way possible to ensure the security of your presence here on YouTube!

  7. Dearest Ann, I just saw the video you shared about content farming. I had no idea about the existence of such a thing. Thank you for shedding light on the issue. It's very disheartening. The same happens in the real world breakfast comes from a box, dinner in a microwavable box. Just quantity no quality, our choices are based on easy access and convienence. Thank you for the hard work and creative content you dish out. May your hard work be rewarded. Blessings!!

  8. I wish i had a kitchen and money to experiment. I only buy meat from the meat market and i get my milk and eggs straight from the farm. If i cant then we dont have them. Love milk from farm. I get jersey milk from one farm and i usually always get a half of gallon to 3/4 gallon of cream and its rich. I just mix it all together and drink it. Would love to make cheese with it. My other milk is good too but just normal holstein milk.

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    Pls help us we can not do anything anymore

  10. OMG!!! That tip about the foil is brilliant! I’ve definitely had that problem before of liquid batter sticking in my deep fryer basket. Thank you for the tip!


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