Fans of Jane Austen can enjoy a taste of life in the early 19th century when John Rogers, the Executive Chef at Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School, gives a class on Regency dishes.
As part of its current major exhibition, A Grand Tour – Early Tourists in the High Weald, Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery is offering the chance for people to explore this intriguing area of our culinary heritage. During the two-hour class at the school on The Pantiles on Sunday December 1, John will provide the perfect flavours of the time and show you how you can bring the past to life on your own dinner table.
The museum’s Audience Development Manager, Jeremy Kimmel, says: “This class is a fantastic way of appreciating the Regency lifestyle and we are very fortunate to be able to link in with the Rosemary Shrager Cookery School to make it happen.”
Entry to the class costs £65 and places are limited, so book your place by calling the museum on 01892 554 171.
Photo by David Bartholomew