Wedgewood Nougat, Wits Art Museum, David Nemeth & Decorex on SoundBites with Edward Chamberlain-Bell

By Edward Chamberlain-Bell

Wedgewood Nougat has become Edward Chamberlain-Bell’s latest addiction. Unlike some commercial nougats which are excessively sweet- their nougat has a neutral sweetness so you can really taste the honey, nuts and cranberries. We can’t even tell you how wickedly decadent their Belgian chocolate nougat is- just that it is wickedly decadent! Edward Chamberlain-Bell created a pavlova with a chewy nougat twist by filling a meringue nest with nougat chunks, nuts, berries and lashings of cream- a crispy, chewy, nutty surprise! www.wedgewoodnougat.co.za
Leigh Blanckenberg completed her Honours Degree in Art History at University of Witwatersrand where she graduated with Distinction and was awarded the Standard Bank Group Foundation of African Art Honours Essay: For the best Honours Essay on the topic from African Art Studies in 2008. She currently works with the University as a second year lecturer in the Art History department and a Collections Organisation Specialist to the Wits Art Museum. www.wits.ac.za/witsartmuseum
Dave Nemeth is one of the South Africa’s leading trend analysts and forecasters. He will be presenting his 2014 Trend Report at Decorex, Johannesburg, on Wednesday, 7 August at 11:00 in the Gallagher Convention Centre auditorium. It’s an event everyone interested in the latest decor and designs must attend. Nemeth, himself a furniture designer and interior designer has worked for some of South Africa’s leading fashion and furniture retailers. He is now the owner of Oaklands furniture and design studio. www.decorex.co.za

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