Hoovering - Episode 50: Grace Petrie

Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering.


This week my guest is the incredible folk-singer, song-writer and activist the glorious Grace Petrie. We cover veganism, love, putting burgers and jam on a pizza, the Leicester food scene and also just as a bit of a bonus I have an argument with a really sexy fly. 


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Tickets to see Hoovering LIVE in 2019


16th FEB - MAPS Festival, Newcastle 


3rd MARCH - London. Vaults Festival


30th MARCH - Glasgow International Comedy Festival 


Recipes


I made the recipe up for what we ate but essentially it was vegan shepherds pie with roasted veg. The pie was a base of brown and green whole lentils cooked very slowly with onions, celery, tiny carrots, herbs and then stock reduced until the lentils were firm but it was in a sort of gravy. Then the top was mashed sweet potatoes because that’s what I had in. The roasted veg was broccoli and halved sprouted done for 25 mins. 


Honourable Mentions


GO AND SEE GRACE PETRIE doing tour support for Frank Turner or on the Lefty Scum Tour in March. 


And please please come and see me in Leicester too! I’m there doing my new show, in preview on FRI 22nd FEB and SAT 23rd FEB and I would so love to have you in the audience. It’s a fiver. 


Here’s a link to musician, Grace’s partner HANNAH JAMES’ website 


In case we were saying it wrong this is what a PUY LENTIL is. 


Grace strongly endorses Leicester eating places called THAI ESARN for Thai food, obvs and for tapas head to BARCELONETA and of course the totally incredible sounding MCINDIANS


We talk about British breakfast cereals RICE CRISPIESSHREDDED WHEAT and WEETABIX


And HERE is that article Grace mentioned from the excellent David Mitchell. 


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