The unusual wafers above are unique in the history of English food. Flavoured with bergamot (left) and barberry (right) they were made from recipes written by the Georgian confectioner Frederick Nutt (1789).
REGENCY TRIFLE - Trifle was a popular dish during the Regency Era. Recipes from that period included lots of alcohol. This recipe uses jam and lemon juice in place of the alcohol. - Georgian / Regency Recipe (cookit.e2bn.org)