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I Tried A 550-Year-Old Ravioli Recipe • Tasty

Where did these pasta packages stuffed with delicious surprises come from? Hannah Hart explores the surprising origins of an Italian staple—Ravioli.

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49 thoughts on “I Tried A 550-Year-Old Ravioli Recipe • Tasty

  1. Where'd you get a capon? Those are pretty expensive

  2. 11:00 Alright I'm starting to believe she's a sim.

  3. I love this girl!!!

  4. I came here for the puns-

    Try to change my mind

  5. That woman really know how use voice o_O

  6. Her puns made me watch the series 🤣

  7. She should be on a actual TV show I mean she is basically made for this job

  8. "Let's dough (do) this".. 🤣

  9. I wanna know how she says her Pater Noster. Hahahahahaha

  10. 😱i don't find her joke funny at all… it normal ??

  11. Better than Rie and Alexis

  12. the girl that was informing hannah hart her back round looked like the one from the and i oop meme

  13. Hannah * makes pasta dough in a well * : that didn't go so well.
    Me: did she realize that pun?

  14. Hannah even if no one else laughs at your puns…

    just know that i do. Everytime.

  15. Hannah seems like she would be a blast to hangout with, if only she wasn't so "on" all of the time. Want to find out, not asking for a friend. ❤️

  16. i find my grandma's recipes so it will help others

  17. when hannah read the latin prayers, she sounded like a sims

  18. Please try Indian dishes too

  19. oh wow i never knew greece was in italy! (except it isn't)

  20. I won't pay those high prices for the ravioli, ravioli-oli now

  21. ravioli ravioli what's in the pocketoli

  22. I love hannah's voice

  23. I freaking love Hanna. She is freaking adorable!

  24. it's really interesting that 1 libra now is only 3/4 lb. (which is where that strange abbreviation for 'pound' comes from!)

  25. It's so cute and smooth!!…
    Now let's slice it 🔪🔪👀💀

  26. I really enjoyed this! Thank you!

  27. I love her humor!

  28. When they sped up the reading to cook the ravioli my dog perked up and was so confused by the sound lol

  29. cheesy, just sooo cheesy…

  30. I've made a good few of your recipes. TY. I would never of thought I had the ability. U make it look so easy, and that I found it is. TY. The recipes have been soooooo tasty. TY TY TY.

  31. Plenty of Puns!
    sans would be proud

  32. I always thought pasta came from China and ravioli was just a Italian version of a dumping.

  33. This recipe wouldn’t have had peppers because they are indigenous to the Americas and this recipe was written prior to European colonization in the Americas

  34. 0:56 ….. I don't think that's Greece 🥴

  35. our personalities are alike… that's the best bond there is

  36. I dont know why but hannah reminds me of desmond from hiho kids😂

  37. "We're not casting a spell, right?"
    It's the Lord's prayer, you're just pronouncing it wrong! 😂😂😂

  38. I’ve here never heard a tv sound anything like that.

  39. I love cinnamon in meat! it actually balances gamy meats perfectly, i also use lavender regularly in savory cooking, and sugar (it's amazing how much more meaty beef or chicken or pork are with a hint of sugar thrown in). highly recommend trying those, it sounds weird, but it tastes great!

  40. Why do Americans pronounce Parmesan as parmezhan…? O.o

  41. So many dad jokes.

  42. "What the cluck?" Lol!!

  43. Is it just me but her voice sounds like Miley Cyrus? 😂

  44. Did she…eat the capon…RAW

  45. The reason why I watch edible history is because of the way Hannah Hart talks. There, I said it.

  46. Ladle in a little lol what a fun thing to say

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