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Xanthe Gresham Knight: How to be a Kitchen Goddess
A different story each evening from Monday to Thursday, plus conversation.

Suitable for ages 16+

Tired of fasts not food? Thyme for Kitchen Goddess...

Xanthe’s up-beet, keep calm and carrot-on approach will totally transform your relation-chip to food.

Take a dollop of story from Egypt, Greece, Arabia, South America – whatever is fresh and available. Knead in dates, spices and other choice ingredients. Flambe with philosophy of the feminine variety.

These new stories are a precursor to Xanthe’s new Goddess Festival. They may be a little spicy.

Indulge!

‘Lettuce Celerybrate – From Inanna to Banana, from Isis to Piesis, Kitchen Goddess puts the fat back into folktale.’
PrincessCupcake@WhereFoodMeetsFable

‘She speaks like a woman spitting jewels.’
Arts Council

Monday 19:
Plum Heavies: The Goddess of Sussex makes Plum Heavies with Wilmington Man

Tuesday 20:
Re-Member: Come back for seconds as The Goddess Isis re-members her beloved Osiris by making herb fritters.

Wednesday 21:
Lashings of Cream: And thirds – Cake Goddess blesses excess - fruity folktales with lashings of cream.

Thursday 22:
Sticky Buns: Going out with a bang – Kitchen Goddess uses Neolithic recipe to make yum yums, sticky buns and coochie cookies.

Filmed and directed by Kathy Hammad
Music by Arash Moradi and Sherry Robinson
Sound Design by Jamie Moore

7.30–8.30pm
ONLINE EVENT
FREE (Over 16s)
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