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Hannah Hart Stars in Edible History

Hi! Ever wondered about the origin story behind your favorite foods?

In Tasty’s new series, Edible History, internet superstar Hannah Hart is learning about and recreating the historic recipes of her favorite foods… with one catch: she has to use as many tools and techniques from that time period as possible.

Since premiering yesterday, the first episode of Edible History already has more than 2.5 million views and the response has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic – fans are loving the fun mix of entertainment and education.

You might know entertainer and food enthusiast Hannah Hart from her New York Times best-selling books, Food Network show, films, podcasts, LGBTQ advocacy, or her wildly popular YouTube series “My Drunk Kitchen” – now she’s entering the Tasty kitchen to combine her love of food and her love of history.

In the first episode of Edible History, Hannah makes a 700 year-old lasagna recipe (spoiler alert: it doesn’t look like the modern-day lasagna you know and love). And the results are… well, maybe the dish doesn’t come out perfect, but the journey is definitely entertaining.

New episodes of Edible History launch every Sunday at 8AM PST on Tasty’s Facebook page, the world’s largest social food network. Tune in weekly to catch Hannah take us back in time and whip up the old school version of your favorite foods.

What Do The Culinary Masters Make Their Families? 

Well, it appears 100 of the greatest chefs in North America distilled what they know about food in a book… This features a collection of many stories and recipes from food making legends such as Carla HallMario BataliMarcus SamuelssonRuth ReichlJoan Nathan, and many more! This book contain a massive compilation of the different dishes they cook for their loved ones and provides a perfect oppurtunity for home cooks to gain a vivid glance into the lives of their food heroes and share their technique for cooking for family!  

Available on October 31st

Maybe it deserves a peek…