Category: The Regency Town House

How to save a (Regency) kitchen

Up a scaffold I hatched a plan. Looking down at an old kitchen I imagined the dresser restored and a huge kitchen table in the middle. One day I would make historic recipes in this space and bring the kitchen …

A day in the life of a Regency house

The 1830s Regency kitchen is where I work and from where I write this.

Dine Like a Servant goes to France

Pate de campagne, brioche, pickled pear or soup Crécy to start

How to make Piccalilli – Regency Style!

One of the earliest pickles to become popular in England was piccalilli

How to Pickle a Peach

The Regency Town House was full of Italian artists when I made this recipe for the first time.

How to restore a Kitchen Dresser

Long, slow but worth it… It’s been a long slow process but the original dresser at 13 Brunswick Square is finally restored. It’s back in the same place it was when the house was constructed in 1829. But it’s not …

How did it manage to stay untouched for so long?

As a volunteer I often get asked the question how the Town House’s basement managed to stay untouched for so long. An elderly lady in history I tell people who asked the true story of an elderly lady living in …

What is Lunch with the Curator?

It’s another way to experience The Regency Town House, it’s a tour with a lunch

How do you Dine Like A Servant?

There is a restoration project in Hove, England where guests are invited to a fundraising dinner

Five compelling reasons why you should volunteer at the Regency Town House

Are you fascinated by food and history? Where can you do both?

Explore the Regency Town House

The location for Dine Like a Servant and Lunch with the Curator is a very special one

What is Dine Like a Servant at the Regency Town House?

Eat historic food and help preserve history, that’s Dine Like a Servant in a nutshell