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Episode Guide

Series 1 Episode Guide

Wartime

Series 1 · Episode 1

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and Writer and comedian Sue Perkins grab their ration books for one week, and chomp their way through the food of 1940's WWII Britain. During blackouts and air raids they eat spam and dried egg, have some GI's round for tea and see what Churchill was eating in his Cabinet Warrooms.

Restoration

Series 1 · Episode 2

Restaurant critic Giles Coren and writer and performer Sue Perkins try the food of Restoration Britain in the 1660's. A time of fire and plague. They both don wigs, with Giles in tight breeches and Sue in wide skirts. They snack on coxcombs, eel pie and copious amounts of small beer.

Victorian

Series 1 · Episode 3

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and Writer and Performer Sue Perkins spend the week on the diet of a wealthy Victorian couple. Cooking for them at home is best selling cookery writer Sophie Grigson. As Giles dons top hat and waxed moustache, sue dresses up in tight corset and outrageously wide skirts.

Seventies

Series 1 · Episode 4

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and writer and performer Sue Perkins spend a week going back to the food of their childhood in the 1970’s. Cooking for them at home is top chef Mark Hix.

Elizabethan

Series 1 · Episode 5

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and writer and performer Sue Perkins spend a week going back to the food of Elizabeth I and William Shakespeare. Cooking for them at home is top chef Paul Merrett. Giles puts on his codpiece and Sue makes up like Queen Bess.

Regency

Series 1 · Episode 6

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and writer and performer Sue Perkins spend a week on a diet spanning the Regency Years of 1789 – 1821. With the wonderful Rosemary Shrager cooking for them at their country manor house, they enjoy the full trappings of the landed gentry.

Edwardian

Series 1 · Episode 7

Restaurant Critic Giles Coren and Writer and Performer Sue Perkins spend the week on the diet of a wealthy Edwardian Couple. Cooking for them at home is best selling cookery writer Sophie Grigson.