Hoovering - Episode 48: Felicity Ward

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 absolute wonder-donkey-super-brilliant comedian Felicity Ward. She cracks me up while I trying crack her teeth up with an accidental date stone and we cover everything from creepy dolls to a failsafe guide on ‘how to share a kitchen’


Tickets to see Hoovering LIVE in 2019


28th Jan - London. Hen & Chickens. ONLY 7 TICKETS LEFT! 


16th Feb - MAPS Festival, Newcastle 


3rd March - London. Vaults Festival


30th March - Glasgow International Comedy Festival 


Recipes


I made us CARROT & APPLE FLAPJACK CAKES from Anna Jones’ ‘A Modern Way to Cook’ and Felicity made us an absolutely belting pot of tea. 


Honourable Mentions


CLICK HERE to get tickets too see Flick live at the Leicester Square Theatre


The short film I made, during the filming I spilt coffee on a doll, can be viewed here in under 2 mins and is called MUM OF THE YEAR - do share it if you like it. 


Here are some of the Australian edibles that Flick mentioned if you want to know more. MILOVEGEMITE and the mighty CHERRY RIPE.


The relatively healthy chain places in Britain she mentions are PRET and LEON. The far less healthy place I dropped in there is GREGGS and the cheap German supermarket chains we have in the United Kingdom with totally dog shit packaging practices are ALDI and LIDL


The company who aren’t ruining quite as much of world with their cleaning products and in some places (though not London) doing refills are called ECOVER.


THIS is a Persian upside down cake 


Treat yourself to a hugely overpriced LAMINGTON at one of Londons’ DEPARTMENT OF COFFEE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS cafes. 


And as usual I’m raving about the caking efforts of LE DELICE in Ladywell 


OH, And


If you have got a any spare dosh to give a month I’m on this great site called acast.com/privacy