From their Country Estate, Giles Coren and Sue Perkins will teach us about life and living during the Regency.
Giles is a self-confessed “dandy”; Sue is his unattached sister.
The FOOD is the focus of the show.
One of the “receipt books” used: the Experienced English House-Keeper
A view of one of the rooms in this lovely Country Manor House.
And another view of another room.
Giles is channeling his inner Prince. (Note the pink hair curlers!)
The twosome visit the Georgian City of Bath.
And the pump rooms.
Back home, Sue is enjoying her latest acquisition: a piano forte piece composed by Herr Beethoven.
But she sure pines for a beau…
Giles, in London, gets into much trouble while hoping to find a husband for his sister.
Sue gets a day out…
and tonight an intimate dinner party; tomorrow a dance!
Although I’m a fan of the first two episodes I had seen — a Victorian era episode, and a Restoration era episode — I was a bit disappointed in their Regency Romp. A little too much channeling of Austen sequels? They’d have been less ‘campy’ if they’d read my Smith&Gosling diaries and letters!
Still, if you tune in you get to see how Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding fared – what White Soup looked like (not very white…) – and how tasty Syllabub could be after all the meat and cheese.
Supersizers Go… aired over three years (2007-2009) and features many different eras of cookery and costumes.