Get to know us! Here's some insights into who we are with this one minute with Sally and Kate interview
'Who is the boss when you are both in the same kitchen?
Sally: It depends on whose kitchen it is!
Kate: Yes I agree! Though we have worked together for so long now that we know the way around each other's like our own.
Funniest food moment:
Sally: My first effort at making spun sugar. It stuck the teeth together of all my guests including the boy I was trying to impress – he is now my husband!
Kate: Funniest - it wasn't funny for me but my family thought it was hilarious - we went out for lunch as a child and I was offered Toad in the Hole - I couldn't understand why I would want to eat frogs and kept shaking my head and refusing to eat it.
Best food moment:
Sally: I was recently a guest at The Savoy Grill and when the dessert came to our table the maître d' invited me to flambé the crepe suzettes in front of the whole restaurant – amazing!
Kate: It's not always the food itself but also the location - sitting on a terrace on a warm evening with the lights of Rio below and my first taste of ceviche- wonderful.
Ketchup or Brown sauce or no sauce at all?
Sally: No sauce at all – why spoil a good quality sausage!
Kate: I am a ketchup girl especially in a bacon buttie.
Crème brulee or moulton chocolate cake?
Sally: Has to be some of both!
Kate: Always the chocolate cake - usually to share though
Best Food memory:
Sally: the first time I had liver and bacon many years ago. I didn’t know what to expect, was slightly apprehensive but LOVED it and still do!
Kate: I remember going on holiday to Amsterdam as a young child and it all feeling very strange so I ate my 'comfort ' food every night for a week - egg and chips - but at least I knew what would arrive on my plate!
What people don’t know about you:
Sally When I was growing up I wanted to be a pilot!
Kate: When I was a teenager I used to pretend to be Delia Smith and talk to myself as I made a new recipe for dinner - it obviously worked as I remember a particularly successful attempt at cheese and tuna soufflé - I didn't realise they were supposed to be difficult