Get to the point! Lady W’s 400 words on how to skewer bits of fruit

The Scottish Mail on Sunday - - Girl About Town -

IT SEEMS Lady Wey­mouth has been tak­ing a leaf out of Pippa Mid­dle­ton’s party plan­ning book Cel­e­brate.

En­ter­pris­ing Emma, 31, wife of Ceawlin Thynn, Vis­count Wey­mouth, heir to the Lon­gleat es­tate, has penned a 400word recipe and blog about, er, fruit on a stick.

In pearls of wis­dom to ri­val Pippa’s clas­sic ad­vice to freeze wa­ter in or­der to make ice, the Vis­count­ess (right) in­structs: ‘Chop your straw­ber­ries into smaller bite­size chunks. En­sur­ing you can still put the piece of fruit on to a skewer. Sim­ply skewer your fruit, start­ing from the bot­tom and building your way up to the top.’

‘You can even mix up the fruit,’ she adds in the blog, which proudly fea­tures a snap of the re­sults, be­low.

Of course keep­ing it sim­ple can be a win­ning recipe. Af­ter all, Delia Smith minted a for­tune telling us how to boil an egg!

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