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16th Century Roast Pork and Onion Gravy: Tudor cook-along

Welcome to the kitchens of Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace. For this Tudor cook-along video. My name is Robin Mitchener and I’ll be running you through some 500-year-old recipes. Recipes that we’ve adapted to make them easier for you to cook at home. You can find the recipes on tudorcookery.com. We’re going to make…

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The 16th Century Christmas mince pie: Tudor cook-along

Welcome to the kitchens of Henry VIII here at Hampton Court Palace, for this Tudor cook-along video. My name is Robin Mitchener and I’ll be running you through some 500-year -old recipes Recipes that we’ve adapted to make them easier for you to cook at home. You can find the recipes on tudorcookery.com. We’re going…

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Using Compound Butters On Steaks

Hi, welcome to Steaks 101: Compound Butters. You know, a compound butter is a great way to dress up a steak and add lots of great flavor. Today I’m going to show you how to make a simple compound butter. We’re going to start with a quarter of a pound of softened butter — put…

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Creamy garlic mushrooms on toast

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How to Make Homemade Pasta with Chickpea Flour (Garbanzo Bean Flour)

One of the most fun things about making fresh pasta is that you can play with different kinds of flours. Today, we’re going to use chickpea flour, which gives us a pasta that’s delicate in texture, with little chickpea-ish nutty flavors that I find absolutely irresistible. Chickpea flour has no gluten. And even though we’re…

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Making An Authentic New York Bagel || Henry’s Kitchen

(melancholy music) – There’s no bagel in the world like the New York bagel. And if you feel like you’ve had a good bagel outside of New York, you haven’t, it’s impossible. And the reason’s actually because of the water. New York boasts one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in America. And this lends…

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