You have to come on down if you're anywhere near the pier or the promenade. It's going to be a hoot. We're getting ready to hurtle southwards, all saddled up with beaucoup de chocolat for the first Brighton Chocolate Festival.
This w/e: Peruvian marching truffles, hot chocolate floats and other soothers, fudge brownies, Millionaire's shortbread and the return of the sundae! Yes folks, that means ice cream will be making its first real return to the Choc Star stage since...ages.
Try as we might to maintain ice cream productivity during those bitter winter days, it was just too hard. Frozen people would stand waiting for the frozen cream to loosen up a little so that we might plunge a hot scoop all up in it. They waited and waited...but now, what with this new change of character in the climate, I think there could be a return to more scoopable days.
Also attending this event will be two of my personal favourites, Damian Allsop and William Curley, along with fellow Experimental Food Society member, Paul Wayne Gregory.
Hope to see some of you there!
Friday, 19 March 2010
Posted by Petra Barran at 10:00