Hoovering - Episode 38: Live in Manchester

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’s episode is/ was LIVE from the inaugural and excellent Manchester Podcast Festival. I was joined by a panel of excellent guests: Claire Goodwin from Bake Off, Cherylee Houston who plays Izzy in Coronation Street and the excellently funny Rachel Fairburn of the hilarious and fascinating ‘All Killa, No Filla’ podcast. We cover everything from Harold Shipman to Bruce Bogtrotter.


Recipes


Claire’s cake recipe is a magic secret which I will beg to make available for our Patrons at some point but I don’t yet have for general consumption! My bad - there are other sexy cake recipes on her website though HERE 


Honourable Mentions


Click HERE to get tickets to the next LIVE Hoovering Shows in London on 27th & 28th January.


Our heavenly Indian food came from the mighty VEDIC 2 VEGAN in Hale, and the Facebook page for the restaurant is HERE.


It’s over now but it will be back, bigger and better next year: THE MANCHESTER PODCAST FESTIVAL.


HERE is a link to the 8th day cafe and shop in Manchester


If you’re from overseas THESE are the potato waffles we meant.


Kate Henry who Claire talks about is THIS brilliant woman.


Yotam Ottolenghi, the chef we rave about is THIS guy


Lets not forget the chips and gravy from Mount Road Chippy in Alkrington. It hasn’t got a website. 


Last and most importantly Cherylee mentioned the brilliant sounding ‘BEE VOCAL CHOIR’ using singing to combat mental health problems. 



OH, And


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