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Buy Clara's book: https://amzn.to/2I5pYkv IMPORTANT: There have been a few requests concerning this video. The first is to notify people that when preparing lentils to check for stones. There should be a warning about this on the packaging of your lentils and please follow their instructions. The second item is a question about why Clara reuses the lemon from the marinade. It has long been known that citric acid (in this case a lemon) is nature's anti-bacterial agent. Today it is more commonly known as produce wash or FIT (Fruit and Vegetable Wash). There are many studies out today that consider FIT a more successful anti-bacterial agent than chlorine dioxide (which is produced chemically rather than naturally). Many cultures continue to use the citric acid from lemons and limes to cleanse meat and fish as this marinade does. Clara cooks quite responsibly and always uses the freshest meats and fish when preparing her meals. You must always cook any meal at any time at your own risk. Clara is only providing you with lessons she has learned and she has lived to a ripe old age. If you are nervous about her tips then just enjoy the videos for the historical value. If you are curious about the science behind citric acid you can find many articles online as well as this one here: http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2008/06/26/Produce_wash_kills_bacteria_on_food/UPI-42751214505272/ Thanks again for your concern and enjoy the show. 93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.
We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets. The conversations that followed were remarkable. They talked about the importance of family, people, relationships and love. Their view on life, as an elderly citizen with a lot of experience is truly an inspiration and motivation. Enjoy the video! Click here to subscribe to LifeHunters: http://bit.ly/2gFMyln http://www.lifehunters.com https://www.facebook.com/Lifehunters Executive producer: LifeHunters Producer: Marcel IJzerman UK Producer: Anna Snowball Director: Chris de Krijger Script: Marcel IJzerman / Chris de Krijger Camera: Marcel IJzerman Sound recording: Tjeerd Melchers Interviews: Anna Snowball Editor: Marcel IJzerman Sound engineering: Tjeerd Melchers Music: Federico Durand Thanks to: The Birchwood Grange, Cliff Crozier, John Denerley, Emelia Harper, Leslie Masters, Ruby Martin.
Buy Clara's book: https://amzn.to/2I5pYkv Never before uploaded episode from Clara's 2009 Season 1 DVD. www.greatdepressioncooking.com/dvd Now 98 year old, author of "Clara's Kitchen" and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression. This is a DVD extra from Clara's 2009 Season 1 DVD
This fun little recipe comes from Better Homes and Gardens "Jiffy Cooking" cookbook published in 1967. While it reminds us of Spegettios and an earlier recipe we did two years ago (link below), we like it better than both of those. Corn chips make everything better! Check out Frankfurter Supper to see the similarities: https://youtu.be/CGZkZrpgYQ4 Become a patron and help support the show! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Perfect Breakfast! Best Shakshuka Recipe in the World, Home Made! Shakshuka (Arabic: شكشوكة; Hebrew: שקשוקה) (also Shakshouka Chakchouka) is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, often spiced with cumin. It is believed to have a Tunisian origin. Shakshuka is a staple of Tunisian, Libyan, Algerian, and Moroccan cuisines traditionally served up in a cast iron pan with bread to mop up the sauce. It is also popular in Israel, where it was introduced by Tunisian Jews. Shakshuka is Israel's hottest breakfast dish this is the best way to prepare shakshuka, the spicy, warming, vegetable and egg dish that is a regular part of the Israeli diet and is usually served as a cooked breakfast or a light lunch. The mix of tomato, garlic, herbs and spices, traditionally topped with sunny side up egg, is reputedly a fine hangover cure. Israelis argue that only the version prepared over the years by their mothers or grandmothers can be described as truly authentic. Regardless, most other Middle Eastern people will argue the same. This Shakshuka / Shakshouka Recipe is exactly how it should be done! To learn more about shakshuka click this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakshouka Note: I was looking for the Best Breakfast In America when I stumbled on "Perfect Scrambled Eggs Breakfast" That took me back memory lane 23 years, and I remembered this traditional Israeli Breakfast. So after a little practice, it all got back to me, kind of like riding a bike... This video shows how to make The Best Breakfast in the World, Ever! If you want to have the perfect breakfast, go ahead and try. And you don't have to be of a Middle East background to love it :) שַׁקְשׁוּקָה היא מאכל העשוי מביצה המבושלת על אש קטנה עם עגבניות, בצל ופלפלים. בגרסה המסורתית והמקובלת, המוגשת במסעדות פועלים רבות, חלמון הביצה נותר בשלמותו בתבשיל, בדומה לביצת עין. גרסה שונה היא זו בה החלמונים מעורבבים בחלבונים, כמו בביצה מקושקשת. פירוש השם בשפה הברברית הוא "תערובת". במרוקאית נקראת השקשוקה "צ'קצ'וקה", ובשפות אחרות "תוקתוקה". לא ידוע כיצד השתרשה בישראל המילה שקשוקה. מאכל זה הובא לישראל על ידי העולים החדשים מצפון אפריקה: ממרוקו, מתוניסיה, מאלג'יריה, מלוב ומחצי האי ערב. בסיס המאכל קבוע: עגבניות, שמן זית וביצים. המתכון בסרטון זה מראה איך לעשות שקשוקה בגרסא ביתית. לעניות דעתי ככה עושים את השקשוקה הכי טעימה בעולם. בתיאבון! ללמוד עוד על מקור השקשוקה וטיפים נוספים: http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%A9%D7%A7%D7%A9%D7%95%D7%A7%D7%94
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93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.