Buzz I Tried Cooking A Recipe From The 1910s 4 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest That’s quite a lot of oysters! Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedviolet GET MORE BUZZFEED:… source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Weird Things New Parents Google August 1, 2016 Celebs Taste Test Puff Daddy Vodka January 5, 2016 50 Most Revealing Wedding Dresses Ever January 6, 2016 The GPS Drawing Challenge: NYC // Presented by BuzzFeed & T-Mobile June 23, 2017 Obama's message responding to the Senate health care bill is a must-read. June 23, 2017 The Butt Anthem For Girls Without Big Booties January 4, 2016 20 Comments Jackkey Brown February 21, 2018 1860 Jared Callahan February 21, 2018 So when she says "she loves cooking" is that just what ever mac and cheese recipe she saw on Pinterest? Kirstin Sarah February 21, 2018 Anyone else find her annoying? Meghan Ushman February 21, 2018 Fresh oysters would have been much better than canned. Frances Drew February 21, 2018 The recipe is vague because it would be expected to be a guideline for an experienced cook. Clown Baby February 21, 2018 Shouldn t you guys be out of business by now? Joanna B-K February 21, 2018 After this video I decided to quit watching Tasty. There is a difference between cooking and doing sometning in cast iron using some cream cheese. justin garcia February 21, 2018 I’ll take a look at her oyster if yanno what I mean LeRêve Lucide. February 21, 2018 in 2018 we don't flavor shame, love her. Chloé Rioux February 21, 2018 Jelly stuff from the 70’s Caro Molina February 21, 2018 Uhm…a 1910s recipe is not the problem. It's the lack of common sense when reading instructions. Pedro Santos February 21, 2018 For a cooking video you put a little too much of "seasoning" on the language. Please keep in mind the video is viewed even by children. Sorry for any incovenience. derryk1 February 21, 2018 She must be another veggiematic not knowing how to handle chicken or oysters. Plus she doesn't have to curse so much just to be daft. Grymus February 21, 2018 I hope you are not a trained chef.Please, Don't ever cook again for everyone concerned. Diala A. February 21, 2018 1800! 😀 H Bang February 21, 2018 Try an recepie from the Mongolian Empire (not sure If they had written language) L H February 21, 2018 You made the mistake of using chicken breasts. Do you think chicken came in boneless skinless portions in 1910? Would be much better if you cut up a whole chicken and parboiled it with the skin and then stripped the meat off the bones and then made the dish. The fat from the chicken and chicken skin would have given it a savory flavor. lopton1 February 21, 2018 I've never seen oysters in a can before. Aren't they only good when they are like really fresh? Or is that just one of those american things? El Maxoh February 21, 2018 Why not using fresh oysters ? blah blah February 21, 2018 this is a really good idea !