Charlotte Church, a savoury cheese cake and a pinot noir
This week Nick and Angela welcome Charlotte Church to Dish HQ.
Charlotte Church released her debut album Voice of an Angel in 1998 - she was twelve. Since then, she has become one of the most recognisable names in music, selling more than ten million albums worldwide. Charlotte has performed for Queen Elizabeth, the Pope and at George Bush’s inauguration. She fronted The Charlotte Church Show for three seasons and won Best Female Newcomer award at the British Comedy Awards in 2006.
These days, life is entirely different for Charlotte Church and her family. They live in accordance with nature in the heart of rural Wales and Charlotte runs a wellness retreat called The Dreaming.
Nick mixes a raspberry and ginger fizz mocktail while Angela serves a show-stopping savoury cheesecake with balsamic glazed vegetables. The meal is paired with a delicious Yering Station The Elms Pinot Noir. Conversation flowed beautifully from The Masked Singer to meditation, mushrooms and Mother Nature.
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