Twice Removed Series 2 Episode 2
Historian Paul Couchman serves up a delicious slice of Regency history in this episode dedicated to food from the past. Find out about what your ancestors ate, how they cooked, how they learnt and shared their recipes. We talk about everything from street fair to French fine dining.
Watch Paul Couchman's Interview Here
You can view all series and episodes of Twice Removed on the Genealogy Stories YouTube channel.
Listen to Paul Couchman's Interview Here
Regency Food History with Paul Couchman
You can listen to all series and episodes of Twice Removed on the podcast (of the same name), available on Apple, Stitcher, Spotify and more.
A Spotlight on Paul Couchman
Paul Couchman also known as The Regency Cook helps people, fascinated by history and food, to rediscover recipes from the 1830s. Paul runs online classes, cooking from old recipes, combining culinary fun with learning a bit of history.
You can find out more about Paul and bag yourself an amazing 1740’s chocolate tart recipes by visiting his website: paulcouchman.co.uk
As mentioned in the interview, Paul has been heavily involved in the restoration of The Regency Town House in Brighton, England.
To find out more about this beautiful heritage centre and museum, see www.rth.org.uk
Follow advice from The Regency Town House’s knowledgeable house keeper, Mrs Finnegan on Twitter
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