If I am completely honest, I am still very much recovering from all the fun we had over the weekend at The Goodwood Revival. Yes, the weather was appalling but that did not spoil the shopping or the baking in The Kenwood Kitchen Theatre!
My menu this year was inspired by all things Italian – a Tiramisu Cake and Sicilian Lemon Meringue Pie. Both recipes are now on my Recipe Page so fill your boots on me.
Day one, wearing a 1960s look. My suit is from The House of Foxy (click for details) and a vintage 1960s hat which I found in a charity shop for £6!
I loved being in my 1950s kitchen set, complete with flamingo wallpaper, and dapper host in Mr Simon Brown
Working with the Kenwood Chef Titanium made it easy to bake up a storm
Day two, still rocking the 1960s frocks with the Mansfield dress from The House of Foxy (click for details)
Cracking eggs directly into the mixer bowl… living on the edge!
One for the caption competition
Improving crushed almond biscotti with melted butter
Simon shows off another one of my House of Foxy frocks in Sainsburys Magazine
My Sicilian Lemon Meringue Pie went down a treat!
You can get the recipe for my Sicilian Lemon Meringue Pie by clicking here!
Dressed in my lemon print dress, I took over Miranda Gore Brown’s yellow 1940s kitchen
Feeding the crowds slices of my Tiramisu Cake
You can get the recipe for my Tiramisu Cake by clicking here!
The cake went down very well with our very well-dressed crowd!
Posing around outside the Kenwood Kitchen Theatre in my lemon print Ava dress by The Pretty Dress Company (click for details)
Just a few members of the incredible Kenwood team
And with my hero, my camping buddy, my love, Chris White
Though I am beyond grateful to be home and warm and dry, The Goodwood Revival is a highlight of my year and working with the Kenwood team is a dream. I returned home in the knowledge that I can fix my face up and pin my hair to a passable standard in the mud of Campsite E and, if I can make it there, I can make it anywhere. Nailed it!
Special thanks to the wonderful Steven Young for these photographs.