On Saturday 4th October 2014 I will be teaching a day school at Verulamium Museum in St Albans – A Dozen People Who Changed What We Eat.
The course will deal with developments in food production, shopping and cooking between the 1770s and the 1970s. It will feature some of the people mentioned in this blog, such as Elizabeth Raffald, Joseph Lyons and Mrs and Mrs Sainsbury. Thanks to the Wellcome Library it will include a showing of my favourite foodie film, Enough to Eat. Made in 1936 this film draws on the work of some of the leading nutritional scientists of the era including Professor Sir Gowland Hopkins, Cambridge University and Sir John Boyd Orr, Director, Rowett Institute.
Tickets cost £25 and must be bought in advance. Tickets include entry to the Museum. Coffee and tea will be provided. The course will run 10am – 2pm. To book a place email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01727 751810.