You can see a range of cooking demonstrations at the Kenwood Kitchen Theatre – or get involved with Kenwood’s search for the best Elizabeth Sponge cake.
There will be five chefs giving a selection of hugely entertaining demos including Miranda Gore Browne, who was a finalist on the 1st series of BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off. She is also the author of BISCUIT and has a new book out called ‘Bake me a Cake as Fast as you can’.
|1030||Miranda Gore Browne||Dean Edwards||Charlotte White|
|1130||Brendan Lynch||Miranda Gore Browne||Lotte Duncan|
|1230||Charlotte White||Dean Edwards||Miranda Gore Browne|
|1330||Miranda Gore Browne||Charlotte White||Charlotte White|
|1430||Brendan Lynch||Dean Edwards||Lotte Duncan|
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|1630||Brendan Lynch||Charlotte White||Lotte Duncan|
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With the Queen set to become the longest reigning monarch in British History on 9 September, Kenwood, the UK’s leading expert in food preparation, is on the hunt for the nation’s favourite “Elizabeth Sponge” cake to mark this momentous occasion.
Five of Britain’s top chefs including Rosemary Shrager, Brendan Lynch, Dean Edwards, Matt Tebbutt and Miranda Gore Browne, have created what they believe is the ideal recipe. Kenwood is asking for the help of the British public to decide which one of these five tasty recipes should be crowned the official “Elizabeth Sponge” cake. Click here to view the cakes and vote for your favourite, or submit your own recipe.
Over the Goodwood Revival weekend, Kenwood will announce which of these chefs has the honour of creating the official Elizabeth Sponge. Keep your eye on our Goodwood Revival social media channels to find out who wins.