Four-part series in which Mary Berry discovers the rich history of the nation's greatest stately homes. Mary visits Goodwood House, home to the March family and a long line of innovators in the fields of sport and farming.
Famous for iconic horse racing and motoring events, Mary is taken on a thrilling lap of the Goodwood motor circuit by Lord March, in a car designed by his grandfather, and invited to one of his dinner parties where 300 dine in style in the splendid state rooms. But the family were not only innovators in sport, and Mary meets the octogenarian duchess and her daughter Nimmy who reveal the forward-thinking story behind the estate's organic farm.
Discovering below stairs, Mary takes to the butler's pantry to prepare a race day breakfast, a coq au vin and a four-tier cake for a cricket tea set in the one of the oldest cricket clubs in the world.Meer informatie