In 2014, Fred Hulls and Jeremy McGovern decided to eat their way across the world on what proved to be a life changing vacation. When they landed in Fred’s native England, he was eager to introduce Jeremy to the classic English dessert Eton Mess. Jeremy was instantaneously enchanted, and the pair decided to bring this sweet treat back to the United States. With that, Eatin’ Mess was born. Now, you can catch Fred and Jeremy’s cart popping up throughout Los Angeles, CA introducing patrons to this goodie from Across the Pond.
What exactly is Eton mess? It consists of a blend of vanilla custard, fresh fruit, and crunchy bits of Swiss meringue that come together to create the perfect marriage of tangy, crunchy, and creamy. Fred and Jeremy serve a variety of takes on Eton mess, from the traditional raspberry variety to more creative concoctions. From chocolate and roasted hazelnut to sour caramel apple to piña colada, you’ll want to try every take on this English dessert. Enticed? Then book Eatin’ Mess for your next event.
Classic Raspberry Vanilla — A base of vanilla custard drenched in raspberries blended with raspberry coulis plus Swiss meringue for some added crunchiness.
The name is a play on the traditional British dessert, Eton mess.
I first cooked with my mom and then took it to the next level using cook books. I’ve cooked with incredible chefs, ranging from Michelin, vegan, pastry, and more.
We tested the dessert on friends, neighbors, and family. The response was incredibly positive so we felt sure Angelenos would love it.
Everyone who tried the dessert! I ran pop up restaurants and bars in Britain, so felt prepared and ready for the challenge.
We recently catered Seth Rogen’s first Hilarity for Charity County Fair. Such a fun event, and it raised money for an incredible cause so double win.
It has to be the original Raspberry Vanilla Eatin’ Mess – there’s a reason some classics stand the test of time
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