What Women Ate: Virginia Woolf
What Women Ate: Virginia Woolf
What Women Ate: A 17th-Century Witch
What Women Ate: A 17th-Century Witch
What Women Ate: Queen Elizabeth I
What Women Ate: Queen Elizabeth I
What Women Ate: Virginia WoolfWatch as food writer Megan Giller and comedian Nevada Caldwell cook and eat two meals that famous novelist Virginia Woolf ate in 1928 at the University of Cambridge: one at a men’s college, and one at a woman’s college. One meal is so disgusting that they had no choice but to drink multiple bottles of wine to wash it down.
What Women Ate: A 17th-Century WitchWatch as food writer Megan Giller tells the story of a 17th-century woman in Mexico whose husband accused her of being a witch. Megan makes a hot chocolate using the same magical (and mostly disgusting) ingredients as this woman and then drinks it. On camera.
What Women Ate: Queen Elizabeth IWatch as food writer Megan Giller and comedian Nell Casey from SecretFormula make and eat one of Queen Elizabeth I’s favorite desserts, Spanish paps. Hint: “Paps” is an Elizabethan pun that means either “pope” or “breasts.” Which one do you think they chose to make?
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