Monday, 14 November 2011

Bloggerview with Victoria Tripp

Name and occupation
Victoria Tripp, Sales Manager for Cellar Trends

What would you like to plug?
Amarula over ice, it’s my perfect winter treat

Name your three desert island ingredients 
Mascara, blusher & concealer!

Your best cooking tip.
Put an apron on

What is your favourite snack?
Avocado and marmite on toast

What would you have for your last supper? 
Lasagne and a tomato and mozzarella salad

What foodstuff would you banish to room 101?
The whole of Iceland

What's your favourite restaurant?
The new style Italian tapas restaurants like Polpo & Assaggetti

What's your favourite tipple? 

Which book gets you cooking ?
Jamie’s 30 minute meals!

What comfort food comforts you when you are sick?
Cheese and pickle sandwich’s

Kitchen implement you can't do without.
My digital radio

What's your dream dinner party line-up? 
David Attenborough, David Jason, Bruce parry, Keith Richards, Michael Parkinson, my granddad,

What is your favourite cooking aroma ?
Fresh bread smell

And what would you cook for them?
I wouldn’t, I’d get a chef in…probably Jacob Kennedy

What was your childhood teatime treat?
Marmite on crumpets

What was the first thing you learnt to cook?
A jacket potato!

What was your mothers signature dish and do you try to copy it?
Her roast dinner, the best in the world

What would you make to impress your partner?

Where do you go for the best fish and chips?
Fish Club, Clapham

What was your most memorable meal?
Sadie’s lasagne, Perugia, Italy

What was your biggest culinary disaster?
Split my thumb open on a tin of sweetcorn and had to go to A&E

What's the worst meal you've ever had?
An awful touristy restaurant in Barcelona, the food was piping hot on the outside and frozen in the middle. Disgusting.

What's the most outlandish thing you've ever eaten?
I can’t remember 1 particular thing, but I will try anything once.

Who's your food hero/food villain?
Hero is a bit rich, but I do love Jamie Oliver, I like his attitude and all the things he is doing for school dinners

Nigella or Delia?
Delia, classic

Gin or Vodka?

Muesli or fry-up?
Muesli every time

Wine or beer?

KFC or Burger King?
Neither usually but if my life depended on it, BK

What do you consider the best of the best of British?
What a question. It has to be everyone’s Sundays favourite, roast dinner.

What's the best/worst thing about the British restaurant scene?
The best thing is excellent service
The worst thing is terrible service.
You can have the best food in the world and if it’s served by an un-interested, rude unhelpful waiter/waitress it can turn the whole evening sour.

What do you think will be the next big thing?
Simplicity is key, that is what is successful now and will be for a very long time. Lose the waiter in a dickie bow serving ridiculously small portions of food and showing you the ‘water menu’ its DEAD!

What would you do if you could choose any other career?
I’d work in Gerry’s Soho!

What do you have for Christmas lunch?
This year, it will be a mystery, I’ll be in the Costa Rican jungle with 9 strangers.

Make a wish

No comments:

Post a Comment