Festivals and Food

'Just coz it's a party, don't mean you have to play the top 40'

As you may have seen from my previous posts i've been down in The Garden of England (Kent) since thursday! I am now clean, almost tidy and very very tired.
The amount of dust that came off me was unreal! I am intending on trading that dust for glitter like Prince. I won't go on about him any more just be aware he was phenomenal, totally mind blowing!!
Other highly commendable performances were Tinie Tempa, Iggy and the Stooges, Carl Barat, Dry the River, Aloe Black and Newton Faulkner (who was actually stood behind us during Prince's set!!).
Music done.

Food...
Festival food is not renowned for being all that fantastic and as a bit of a non-fried food snob i wasn't looking forward to burgers and chips all weekend (sweeping festival stereotype!) but wow! Hop Farm put on quite the spread. With it being a little 'hippie', there was loads of vegetarian and vegan food (which i love coz my little sister is veggie) and then other GOOD quality meat, burgers, indian, noodles etc etc etc. It was pricey but we expected that. Yum yum yum yum yum!
Here are my two favourite vendors:
Pie Minister
The Wide Awake Cafe


Now, it's my mum's birthday Friday so i'm need to find soemthing special to bake.
Maybe a healthy cake as i have been going down the nutella, peanut butter, chocolate route recently! Summer Berry Sponge anyone? Keep your eyes peeled!!
Busy week ahead, interviews and friends to meet.

Have a lovely one.
xx

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