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Desc:18th Century Cooking with Jas. Townsend & Sons
Category:Educational, Arts
Tags:cooking, pie, pork, tasty, 1700s
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
Date:05/12/14
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Comment count is 11
Binro the Heretic
Everything on this channel is just delightful. I recommend it as a remedy for a crummy day.
cognitivedissonance
Yeah, I've been watching it lately. He's kind of like Woodwright Shop, minus the occasional spurting vein.

baleen
I LOVE this channel.
I spent a day watching everything on it food related.
Big fan of the bread stuff.

baleen
By the by, it's a good time to bring up the "whatever happened to the meat pie" culinary mystery.

The pastie or meat pie was the most popular lunch in the English speaking world. Then, by around 1940, it had completely disappeared, not just from the lunches of the world but from common cuisine. It is generally attributed to the popularity of the sandwich and of sliced bread. It's just strange that it didn't make too many waves in the media. There were no "where are our meat pies?" campaigns. It was like a shared conspiracy of housewives to eliminate this difficult to make but delectable tradition for something cheaper and much faster.

Meat pies were what workmen ate for CENTURIES, and then, in the course of a decade, they were lost from memory.

SolRo
meat pies are still popular in Europe, just not as a portable meal.

the rest of what you said just sounds dumb.

baleen
You know nothing about food shut up.

SolRo
Like you, I'll blame housewives for that.

chumbucket
Meat pies are all the awesome. Yes, I live close to Canada.
Jet Bin Fever
I love this stuff. I'm all for eating obscure ancient foods.
American Standard
No carrots and potatoes in there? Not even a little onion?

Ehn. I'd eat it anyway.
craptacular
his videos always make me hungry. and meat pies are alive and well in australia
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