As a food historian Seren has been bringing food history to life since 2007. Seren has written countless articles on food and domestic history, has given countless local and national Radio interviews, as well as having appeared in a variety of TV appearances and productions. What Seren really enjoys is providing insights into the food and dining habits of the past which she then believes act as bridge between the past and the present.
Whether you are looking for a consultant on food history or for an historical cooking demonstration then Seren can help. She is often found in costume giving period interpretation and can assist with food history from, Medieval, Tudor, Georgian and Victorian to advising on WW1 cooking, WW2 Ration book cookery, 1960’s Food trends and Retro cooking.
Seren has worked widely across TV and local and national Radio since 2007. TV appearances include ITV’s Country House Sunday, Holiday of a lifetime with Len Goodman, BBC4’s Castle under siege, BBC’s Ration Book Britain, Hairy Bikers Pubs that Built Britain, BBC’s Inside the Factory with Ruth Goodman and Sky News. She has also given many local and national Radio interviews. To follow Seren’s Youtube channel and learn more about her appearances please click here.
Seren regularly acts as a period food stylist and enjoys styling historical food for public displays, magazines and newspapers. She enjoys recreating the food from the past and has a large collection of moulds, tins and kitchenalia to aid her in the process.
All the food creation, food styling, prop styling and prop sourcing on this page were created by Seren and if you would like to discuss Seren’s work please contact her.
Talks and Demonstrations
There is nothing more that Seren loves than getting out and about and talking to people about food history and also creating dishes from the past.
Seren has given many live cookery demonstrations at food festivals and in event cookery theatres. She has also created historical food for visitors to watch and enjoy at historical houses and castles as well as for groups of school children. Over the years she has created everything from Warden Pear Pies from Shakespearian England to those foods enjoyed in Wartime Britain and even Roman delights too.
If you would like to book Seren please get in touch.