The history of May Day! (and a nice salad)

Max Miller is fun to watch and has had a huge success with his YouTube channel, “Tasting History with Max Miller”. As the name indicates, he mixes history and food. Enjoy!

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6 Responses to The history of May Day! (and a nice salad)

  1. Pa Hermit says:

    Why do I get the feeling that I’ll be eating something new soon?

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  2. czarina33 says:

    I love his presentations. And he is easy on the eyes! BTW, nasturtiums taste radish-y , very pleasant.

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  3. weather257 says:

    Thanks, Stella – what an uplifting start to the day and week!
    We use seasoned rice vinegar in our vinaigrette dressing but recently could not find any at the store. Easily replicated using regular rice vinegar plus a little brown sugar and pinch of salt!
    Happy May Day everyone!!

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