Aw, the Royal Wedding was LOVELY! Such a treat to have an extra day off work and I made the most of it by taking a Rhonda Fleming English Trifle out to Leigh-on-Sea. My mum always makes trifle for big family get-togethers so it felt like the right thing to do.
Had a truly fabulous day with my gorgeous friends and scoffed a LOT of cake and trifle. Rhonda’s Trifle is the recipe of the month and I’m just editing the demonstration video that will go out with the newsletter tomorrow. I have learned a big lesson, I shouldn’t try and make a demonstration video whilst drunk. You’ll see why… I ended up with a sort of “comedy trifle”. I am reluctant to put a photo on the flickr site as I used red and blue M&Ms and they sort of bled colour into the cream overnight so it looked kind of crazy.
It was a bit like a trifle Tracey Emin might have made. Modern art. Here’s a picture of what Rhonda’s trifle SHOULD look like! Oh and OK then, here is the Royal Wedding version – ha ha! MELTED!
I bet the trifle was still yummy! I’m going to look at the video soon. Trifle is one of my favourite things and it always looks a bit messy once you start to eat it.
Did you dress up or wear a hat for your wedding party?
Oh yes! Very messy and very yummy. I did indeed dress up. I was basing my look on Princess Margaret at her holiday home in Mustique – a rather lovely full length Hawaiian number with flourescent orange crysanthemums and a TIARA.
That sounds incredibly perfect!