James Martin’s Classic Victoria Sponge | This Morning

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Ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this June, yesterday a competition was launched to try and find a pudding fit for the Queen. Aspiring bakers from across the country aged 8 and over have been invited to whip up their best creations, with the hope that the winning dessert will become a new national favourite. James Martin is in the kitchen with us today to get the nation baking, as he makes a classic Victoria Sponge.

Broadcast on 11/01/22

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James Martin is an English TV chef and restaurateur, best known for his television work with the BBC and ITV. Martin presented the BBC cookery series Saturday Kitchen from 2006 until 2016, before leaving the BBC. He regularly appears on ITV’s This Morning.

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