Come dine with me.. which one?


John Stevens, history buff on Come Dine With Me. I am thinking this guy maybe brave enough to bring out a 1940s eggless Christmas cake for guests at a dinner party?

John Stevens, history buff on Come Dine With Me. I am thinking this guy maybe brave enough to bring out a 1940s eggless Christmas cake for guests at a dinner party?

I tuned into a British TV series called “Come Dine With Me” this afternoon where 5 contestants host a dinner party at each other’s homes and the one voted, with the highest score, by fellow dinner guests, wins £1000.

This week 5 Christmas dinner parties are taking place in London and I know, through ITV Studios, who e-mailed me, that one of the dinner parties will be serving my slightly modified “Ministry of Food” eggless Christmas cake and serving it with a “mock cream”.

I did have fun trying to guess which contestant would be the one to have a dinner party with such a basic food as eggless wartime Christmas cake! My money is on the Cambridge history buff, John Stevens who studied the history of the secret services at university (and he had a bust of Winston Churchill displayed on his wall). I think his dinner party will be shown on Channel 4 on Wednesday.

If you’d like to watch the first of this weeks five episodes of “Come Dine With Me” please click here

C xxxx

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2 thoughts on “Come dine with me.. which one?

  1. I love come dine with me – normally watch the omnibus edition on Saturday pm, but will be avidly watching every day this week! Hope whoever it is mentions you :-). Hope things are a bit more settled – catch up soon. xxx

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