Hoovering - Episode 73: Jess Lea-Wilson
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.
In this episode I’m eating all sorts of salty wonderfulness with the absolutely brilliant big potato over at Anglesey’s amazing Halon Mon salt - Jess Lea-Wilson.
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Tickets to see Hoovering LIVE in 2019
18th JULY - MARLOWE COMEDY FESTIVAL, Canterbury - Guests being announced super soon
12th & 13th AUGUST - EDINBURGH FRINGE Festival, 3pm, Monkey Barrell
MORE to be announced very soon from the autumn onwards!
You can follow HALON MON salt on Twitter and get your lovely bits on Jess’ excellent BOOK called ‘The Magic of Seasoning’ too - I’ve already cooked a ‘quickle’ from it and it was genuinely the most knock-out yummy salad snack and took me about 3 minutes to make
MY WEBSITE is here, should you want to come to any of my stand up gigs and previews.
That jeweller I mentioned who admitted all his stock was shit and went bankrupt was GERALD RATNER
I give a little toot to the majestic HORNIMAN MUSEUM
Jess baked us mind-blowing cookies courtesy of a Clare Patak recipe, the brains and braun behind VIOLET CAKES - my favourite thing about which, obviously is that it sounds like ‘violent cakes’
We talk about W H Smiths which is a UK stationary shop, and more
As ever I toot the mighty ODDBOX where I get my wonky, rejected or surplus fruit and veg
The long forgotten rice puff sweets Jess likens to ant snacks are RAINBOW DROPS
And lets not forget her dream guest, KIRSTY YOUNG
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