Deer Stew & Crunchy Cheese Toast from 1814 |Historical Cooking| No Talking

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Early American

Early American

2 aylar önce

This cheesy toast from 1814 will pair lovingly with a bowl of hot venison stew. "Roasted cheese" was such a popular dish in early America that you can find it in multiple cookbooks spanning over 40 years. I can see why. It's delicious! Thank you to our friends Anna & Ethan for kindly donating a piece of their hunt.

@EarlyAmerican 2 aylar önce
Make this at home and let me know how it turned out😊. An image of the original cheesy toast recipe published in 1814 (or receipt as they used to be called) can be found at the end of the video. This recipe was published in A New System of Domestic Cookery (New York). The recipes for the venison stew + cheesy toast can be found below. I made the venison stew using ingredients that were plausible in American cookery for the early 1800s. Add any modern spices and ingredients as you see fit (tomato paste would be a nice addition, just not period correct). Venison Stew, Justine's own Venison, 1 pound (I used a backstrap) Carrots, chopped, 2 cups worth Celery, chopped, 1 cup worth 1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves of garlic Mushroom catsup, a generous dash Beef stock, 4 cups Rosemarry & thyme, a tablespoon of each fresh Salt & pepper to taste Butter, 2 tablespoons Melt your better in a hot, deep skillet. Add your venison, cut small, and stir frequently till seared. Remove from the skillet then add all of your vegetables. Cook for 5-10 minutes until soft. Once soft return your venison to the skillet as well as the herbs, salt & pepper, mushroom catsup and beef stock. Mix well. Cover then reduce your heat to simmer. Simmer for 1.5 hours. Be sure that you cook this low and slow. Take your stovetop down to its lowest setting for this. This tastes very good with bread on the side! 😁 "Roasted Cheese", 1814 Cheddar, Colby, Cheshire or Swiss Cheese, 0.5 cups more or less. Grated 2 boiled egg yolks 0.5 cups bread crumbs 6 ounces of softened butter 1 tablespoon of mustard Salt & pepper to taste 4 large slices of bread In a bowl combine your grated cheese, boiled yolks, bread crumbs, butter, mustard, salt & pepper. Mash them up into a smooth paste. Toast your sliced bread. Once toasted smear the prepared paste thickly over them. Cover with another plate or tin foil and bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Remove the top lid and bake for another 5-10 minutes or until the cheese on top is melted and toasted.
@amyramsay6633 2 aylar önce
In the original receipts it doesn’t say to boil the eggs. How did you know to do that?
@EarlyAmerican 2 aylar önce
@@amyramsay6633 It's weird but it's implied. Historical recipes are terribly vague. This is a popular one and has been shared and recreated many times, with the yolks being boiled in every adaption that I've seen. When it's boiled it becomes a paste. If it's raw it'll just become a goo that's hard to spread.
@emmajo5303 2 aylar önce
Thank you! We def want to try the cheesy bread, looked so good!
@emmajo5303 2 aylar önce
@@amyramsay6633 I would have also assumed to boil the eggs and use the cooked yolks because otherwise it would be raw and you really shouldn't eat 'pure' raw egg. The egg mixture reminds me of 'egg salad' on open faced bread, the only exception would be the 'toasting' applied to this recipe. It looks great, def want to try this both as is and with garlic... hoping it's as fantastic as it looks in the video.
@rebekasantander3449 2 aylar önce
@bowiearcangeli11 2 aylar önce
Justine, I could sit and watch you cook all day. It’s so peaceful and soothing. Watching you makes my troubles just disappear! Thank you for sharing 💜
@dianepusateri5841 2 aylar önce
I love watching you cook. You do it nice and everyone can get a good outlook on the prep of the foods..the cooking etc. And not to mention how adorable you are
@isawallamaat711 2 aylar önce
I absolutely love venison stew. I can smell it all the way from NY! Dinner looks delicious as always Justine 🌼
@blackroseknight77 2 aylar önce
I've had deermeat before.and it was tasty! also Mishmish steals the show with his cuteness 🐱🖤
@CreativeAnneliese 2 aylar önce
Justine, I just have to say that when you ate the bite that was too hot, your expression was adorable! I LOVE your channel and love you, Ron, and little MishMish! Keep up the cooking!❤
@jadesage2970 2 aylar önce
Hello, thank you for the video! The cook being allowed to snack on the food while preparing is very accurate :) You need the energy to make the food you'll eat later :D
@bethdoublekickchick8007 2 aylar önce
That mustard pour, followed by the gulping down of the boiled egg white, totally made this video for me 😊🤘 Plus the receipt is a delicious one! Id love to try venison/deer but we only have kangaroos here 😅🦘🇦🇺
@FloweryThoughts 2 aylar önce
Are you allowed to eat kangaroos?
@bethdoublekickchick8007 2 aylar önce
@@FloweryThoughts Yup, you can buy it in the supermarket along with the chicken, beef and lamb
@peggychu3002 2 aylar önce
I can just imagine the smells!!! And the stew and the toast looks delicious. If I make the toast I’d have to leave out the mustard but for the rest I wouldn’t change a thing….now I want a bowl of that stew! Plus, I’ve had mushroom ketchup…it’s good!! Your reactions were cute too 😊
@carole8142 2 aylar önce
I love all those relaxing cooking sounds.
@johannashiffler2412 2 aylar önce
I’m a history and fashion history buff, so I love the attention to detail in the decor and clothing! I watch you guys every night before bed. 😊
@DanyelleMullins Aylar önce
Me too!
@debcard6225 2 aylar önce
Looks SO delicious! Your videos are always gorgeously shot and beautiful! 💕
@StamperWendy 2 aylar önce
Thanks, Justine! You're such an accomplished cook & baker. That stew looks divine!
@hejsweetdays 2 aylar önce
That looks so delicious! 😋 thank for you sharing such great content 💕
@lauraklaassen951 2 aylar önce
It looks really tasteful. Love the fire cooking. The cat is so cute.😊
@terryt.1643 2 aylar önce
Such a beautiful scene you have set to prepare your meal, it is visually wonderful. I haven’t had venison stew in ages. It looks delicious! 🥰💕❤️👍👍
@JuliannaMBlackburn 2 aylar önce
Love your recipe videos, Justine. Hope the weather cools down soon so your not boiling away in the kitchen with your food. 😂❤
@julieosterbrink 2 aylar önce
We grew up eating venison, pheasant, bear … what could be shot or trapped, we ate it! That piece of venison that Justine cooked looked absolutely wonderful. I’d love to taste the stew!
@pixiy9 2 aylar önce
Ooh, that looks absolutely delicious! I really need to try this recipe when it's a bit more autumny.😄
@iPodFayne 2 aylar önce
This is really educational. This might be a dumb question, but do you happen to have a video (or maybe a resource) about what all those fireplace tools you're using are called (like that top plate thing or the little stand you put in the fireplace to cook the stew on)? I assume they were used commonly back in the day and I was wondering what they were called then, for research purposes. I was even wondering whether there were any terms for the cooking utensils and such that might have been different back then. Thanks for the cool videos! (Oh and I love the kitty cam lol)
@user-mq2ed7ji7x 2 aylar önce
Your breathy giggles makes me smile every time I see a video. Favorite channel on TRshow ❤
@EarlyAmerican 2 aylar önce
Aw, thank you!
@Obakeosake Aylar önce
I absolutelty enjoy all of your videos. Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful recipes with us. By the way, the kitty is so adorable! 😊
@catalystphoenixmoon5385 2 aylar önce
This is a cool recipe. I will try it! Thank you for always posting such thoughtful, engaging and inspiring content! Everlasting Positive ✨ vibes only to you!
@pbrn1729 2 aylar önce
It looks amazingly delicious! I assume you could use beef or pork if you can’t get venison? I could eat all that bread and make a meal out of it-so yummy 😋 💕
@dallisnicole7101 2 aylar önce
Now this is exactly what I'll be making with those one too many bags of deer meat this hunting season. 🤗 And the toast sounds especially good, sounds similar in taste to a recipe I have for an Irish Rarebit or "Rabbit" which I find quite tasty, but along with mustard and cheese they add chopped pickles! 🥒🥒 Also, you look especially dollish tonight and it is quite sweet. 💖
@HalfLatinaJoy86 2 aylar önce
You might like this one channel (can't remember if I recommended it or not already), but this channel Indoora World, is like ASMR cottage core type of slow living set up and something I've noticed is she does like little stories here and there but also cooks and uses recipes and things and the feel of it reminds me of your channel even though both are different and serve different purpose. You might like it.
@garaf1246 2 aylar önce
OMG everything looks delicious but I have to agree with some of the commentators that the bread is to die for. Peaceful ambiance. Kitty 🐈‍⬛ is so adorable ❤
@Nik513m 2 aylar önce
That looks amazing! The bread looks ESPECIALLY delish!
@jeannetaylor2217 2 aylar önce
Looks good Justine! Looks more like soup then stew and the combination made for the cheese bread is very interesting. Did you bake that bread or was it store bought? It looks absolutely fabulous! If you made it and baked it, I would love to see a video of you making the bread💕🙏🙏
@mymodernhomestead 2 aylar önce
Oh my goodness! Such a beautiful meal! I am sure it was delicious, too! That is the most interesting toast! Comfort food! Thank you for sharing! 💜
@rebelsnowflake15 Aylar önce
Your videos are always so cozy. I'm watching this eating my own dinner and it feels like going over to a friend's for supper
@Oper8or 2 aylar önce
That looks like a wonderful meal for the family. We made deer stew last winter and it was amazing. Almost the same recipe but done with a crockpot. You do amazing work. I wish there was a way to have a copy of all your vids and recipes.
@explodingkitten307 2 aylar önce
MishMish killed the deer and dragged him home to feed Ron and Justine. He's one grateful cat.
@cathylemay2215 2 aylar önce
I need to encourage mine. I may be their servant though.
@lysem4392 2 aylar önce
​@@cathylemay2215It's a losing battle. It's easier to just accept your proper place in the household. Gotta go, that furry belly won't scratch itself and someone is needed to take care of that NOW.
@sharonharrison3611 2 aylar önce
@pheart2381 2 aylar önce
I wish mine would,lazy little thing.
@OinariKanji 2 aylar önce
This looks so comforting and delicious, imagine being a frontiersman coming home to a nice meal like this (:
@albertquinones2330 2 aylar önce
All your videos are relaxing to watch, but this one was something special because of all the different cutting noises. Loved loved it. ❤
@rebekasantander3449 2 aylar önce
@leeannegiurintano6986 2 aylar önce
It all looks so delicious!!! Especially the bread!!! ❤
@Stella-ej7he 2 aylar önce
I love watching these videos before bed but man does it make me hungry! Everything looks so tasty!
@femalism1715 2 aylar önce
YUM!!! Thanks Justine. I've eaten plenty of venison stew so I know it's delicious but the cheese toast!!! I am definitely going to try that ASAP!
@karenmar1529 2 aylar önce
Love these step by step cooking, the stew looked great along with cheesy toast. I have go make that but today our weather is in the 90's and with humidity feels like 100 degrees so most likely salad tonight 😂🥵
@cherrymoedde9552 2 aylar önce
I was impressed by the loaf of bread. This was a good video, full of clear instruction and asmr. Love your videos.
@patriciarodrigues1626 Aylar önce
Uma delícia 😋
@smokeynedith3555 2 aylar önce
Expecting the mustard to pour out and then end up waiting on it had me laughing. Good one, Justine.
@veronicatreto4315 2 aylar önce
My husband and I love watching your videos after a long day! Very comforting
@savagedaughter9904 2 aylar önce
That looks delicious! Beautiful color to the stew 🍲. You've inspired me to make beef stew this weekend!
@davidcreager1945 2 aylar önce
A recipe with measurements would be nice . Maybe in the description ? Looks delicious 😋👌
@craftingontheporchwithbill 2 aylar önce
The rabbit sure looked envious when you ate that carrot. Great looking stew and toast.
@Keeperoffire666 2 aylar önce
that stew looks delicious (as all of your meals do!) have a great-aunt who tricked us kids into eating venison by fixing it like pot roast. we just assumed it was a really good beef since we didn't know any better 😅 (helps that her partner used to go deer hunting in the state park they live in when it was deer season)
@sheilaholmquist6648 2 aylar önce
I never miss a video!!❤ Where did you learn the skills you use here? When my sisters and I go camping numerous times during the summer, everything is prepared over a wood fire, so delicious ❤
@MarySchwartze-Grisham 2 aylar önce
Loving the respect and adoration for food. This cook reminds me of myself. Sometimes you just need to get a few bites down to take off the hunger edge before cooking. When I was pregnant it took me twice as long g to get thru a meal prep, lol. Respect to women who are not too shy to eat!
@AmyRoseMobile-bw7je 2 aylar önce
Hi I love your videos. I love to watch cooking and planning vids so this really fits my type! Plus I love the pioneer times as well
@michaelgiurintano3107 2 aylar önce
@4:00 that there folks is liquid gold! Fantastic job Justine as always! ❤ that's some fine eating right there!
@maidenminnesota1 Aylar önce
I love Justine's face! She's got that, "Oh, yeah! This is a winner!" look on it!
@tinakover385 2 aylar önce
Fun fact: toasted cheese (as the English receipt calls it, but it's the exact same thing down to the mustard) was one of Jane Austen's favourite dishes; she even mentions it in at least one letter...
@melodyjennings7782 2 aylar önce
Thank you for not talking. Thank you for letting the photography and sound tell the story!
@relax2dream164 2 aylar önce
This looks just delicious! My mouth is watering. Such an interesting cheese spread with the egg yolks in it. One thing surprised me is no flour to thicken the gravy either on the meat before browning or in a slurry. Always worry a bit about your long skirts and the coals of the fire. I know you are a pro but please be careful!❤️🇨🇦
@Gardeningchristine 2 aylar önce
OMG 😳🥕🥕🥕 did you grow those carrots?!!! I’ve never seen such long straight carrots before! You must have a great garden! 👨🏻‍🌾👩🏼‍🌾🧑🏼‍🌾
@cameomiddleton79 2 aylar önce
Looks delicious!! And always beautiful presentation.
@jennifershipp2599 2 aylar önce
Looks like a hearty meal of the day! ❤😊❤
@jeffgrier8488 2 aylar önce
That meal looks wonderful, that would be a great cool weather meal!
@dianestroud8006 2 aylar önce
If I get another deer roast, I definitely want to try this stew! And 2 more things: 1. I talked to Dave from Townsends (at the Fair at New Boston) & told him of your desire for a crossover. He recalled getting a Christmas card from you & it sounds like a possibility at some point. Don't give up! And 2.: Justine & I are birthday twins (many years apart!). Happy early birthday to us!
@EarlyAmerican 2 aylar önce
Oooo thank you so much for inquiring into that!!! We would love to meet all of the Townsends crew. We'd be honored. Thank you for your comment from it I learned that they did get our Christmas card. I wasn't sure if they got it or not. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to let us know about all of that. Happy almost birthday too birthday twin!
@barbaragroves 2 aylar önce
I have to try that recipe. Everything looked so delicious.
@leighsmith9409 2 aylar önce
That looks so good! Definitely going to have to try this myself
@esauspruill 2 aylar önce
That deer 🦌 stew LOOKS DELICIOUS 😋💯💯💯 New Sub😁
@dianebeier8379 2 aylar önce
Traditional, delicious meal, well done!😊😊
@dontlookmeupever 2 aylar önce
The asmr, the little snacks of bread and cheese and eggs, the mustard taking a second to drop? chefs kiss. Amazing. Loved it
@tedstrikertwa800 2 aylar önce
Looks so yum & naturally wholesome.
@annnguyen4299 2 aylar önce
Thank you so much for the video. It's very relaxing❤ It make me forget my trouble for a few minute
@melaniebollhalder4865 2 aylar önce
I love watching your videos😁 it makes me want to travel back in time.
@jessjack5698 2 aylar önce
your videos are so relaxing💖💖💖
@phantomwheeler81 2 aylar önce
That food looks so good. Stay awesome!
@JanTrewhitt 2 aylar önce
Looks like a feast!! The toastie bread will go well with the stew. Blessings
@dianesavant2818 2 aylar önce
Ive never been a venison fan but that stew looks YUMMY!!!!!
@lylealexson8680 2 aylar önce
I love how good your food looks. We have nothing on the cooks in the early 1800's. They knew how to blend ingredients for flavor.
@dapurmahen 2 aylar önce
Looks very delicious, thanks for the recipe 13:00
@lindareinking5326 2 aylar önce
Looks so marvelous. Wish I was there to help you eat it❤❤
@daveexplore3856 2 aylar önce
Awesome, looks delicious 😋
@madelynterreri2834 2 aylar önce
I love watching Justine cook old fashioned and I don't like deer but it's amazing to watch her cook in a fireplace
@michelep1130 2 aylar önce
Cute cap Justine! That venison stew looks fantastic and that toast...outstanding!
@dee_gee_bee6072 2 aylar önce
I’ve been making this my whole life. Only difference is I make a Cajun roux before I add the vegetables. I also add Pearl onions, new potatoes and green peas once it comes to a boil and I make buttermilk cornbread to dunk in it
@yvettejones5323 2 aylar önce
This looks delicious 😋
@meripederson8379 2 aylar önce
Looks so yummy!❤
@sandracollins7938 2 aylar önce
Meal looks delicious! My husband used to hunt before he got sick----that deer loin was very pretty. We liked to take the ground deer meat & put it in chili also made country fried steaks with it. So much you can do with the ground deer & don't have to worry about fat except for what you cook with. We ran out of our deer meat in the freezer so no more for us, he cubed , ground, made sausage & of course the loin then vacuum sealed it all. Miss those meals!
@ElisangelaBongiovi Aylar önce
I love the sound of the frying pan when she adds the butter
@phyllisprice8986 2 aylar önce
That looks so darned good Justine. Just one thing I would change. I would have to add potatoes to mine. I put potatoes in everything😁😁
@EarlyAmerican 2 aylar önce
Yes, do add potatoes! I only omitted them since we had so much bread to eat. It would be excellent with potatoes.
@susanhibl5635 2 aylar önce
Looks delicious. Im hoping to try to make both recipes. Thanks for sharing. We watch all your videos.
@kristygranny5224 2 aylar önce
That looks delicious! Will have to try it
@cynthiapena1141 2 aylar önce
Awesome video, Justine... That stew looks good! Well hello, MishMish! 🐈
@rwoods6132 2 aylar önce
Our youngest son acquired a taste for cheese toast when he was in day care (he is now 30). Of course back then it was just American cheese on white bread. When he comes home, my wife goes all out making fresh bread and using a good cheddar cheese. A toaster oven makes everything real easy! I can't wait to tell him the recipe is over 200 years old!
@heavenofficialsblossom 2 aylar önce
This is so cozy and the stew seems to taste scrumptious! I'm a historian and I couldn't keep myself from wondering if people used to cook this way directly in the hearth. Is it something that used to be done or you just adapted it to your house? Because I thought that cooking in a log-burner stove would be the norm. In Brazil they're still very common in the countryside so I never questioned my assumptions about it. Cooking in the fire like this seems so difficult in comparison, I really have to commend you for that!
@mssandybeach1 2 aylar önce
That looks so delicious!!!!
@martafurquet6625 2 aylar önce
Receta muy interesante y parece estar genial (aunque yo no como carne tiene una pinta muy llamativa el estofado). Sobre todo me ha llamado mucho la tencion el tostador de pan,me ha encantado. Me encanta el gato!!!!! es guapísimo!!!!! yo tengo dos así
@53lunadeplata 2 aylar önce
Me encantan tus videos. Me transportan en el tiempo. Saludos y un abrazo desde Chile.
@chelleychelle316 2 aylar önce
Wow😂 I was not expecting that toaster. That is Awesome❤❤❤
@CarlainMontana406 2 aylar önce
Greetings from Montana 👋😊 this meal looks absolutely delicious!! The bread I’m definitely going to make….it’s speakin’ my language 😂 have a blessed week ❤🇺🇸❤🇺🇸❤🇺🇸
@camidc23 Aylar önce
That looks so good 😋
@dianarising7703 2 aylar önce
Great video. Everything looked so delicious. I really want that toast, though. I am going to try to make it.
@kathyfriesen4282 2 aylar önce
This looks fantastic!
@sandyb2379 2 aylar önce
Shouldn't have watched while hungry,lol. Looks good 👍
@lanilani1418 2 aylar önce
Justine you made me so hungry!!! Looks delicious!
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