The count down to Christmas hosting is about to start! Time to prepare, make menus, think of new ideas. Doesn’t have to be a grand affair but it’s always nice to enjoy something different each year. It’s going to be a smaller number around my table & I have two fabulous cooks along side to assist me so I’m hoping it should […]
One year ago today I was excited and super anxious about hosting an event that would take me down a path that would open up so many doors. My first Supper club was an evening of fun, laughter and intrigue. Something I always wanted to try and it’s a part of my life. I’m always […]
Today marks the first anniversary of my blog! On June 23rd 2017, I wrote my first post introducing myself and my passions. It’s been one year of building a blog by documenting my foodie journey. Sharing what I eat and all the crazy flavours I creatively combine together and then came along the hosting of my supper clubs […]
The capital Delhi was my next stop. Aside from Delhi being a lively city reflecting a blend of modernisation and traditional architectures, it is a paradise for lovers of gastronomy as well as a shopper’s paradise and that was the perfect place to be with the agenda that I had.
Base sauces and marinades are key in my kitchen. There are three essentials I always have in my fridge/freezer and always made sure I packed for my boys when they went to university. You can make so many different dishes from just these three.. something I’ll be teaching at my future cooking classes.
Christmas is here! Can’t believe it….Just managed to get time to let you know about my new gadgets. They are ‘my go to’ at the moment. Now they are nothing new in the marketplace but NEW to me and my kitchen.
The festival of light! Traditional ceremonies, celebrations, colourful outfits, family feasts, rangoli and lots of light. One of my favourite times of year that I always look forward to. This year I hosted for all the family and it was just like I remember from when I was a child. My dad was a very […]
A favourite, patiently waited for by some (you know who you are!), mouth watering, indulgent crunchy savoury snack …. Chakri are a crispy spiral shape Indian rice snack. It’s one of the ‘must have’ Diwali foods that I make over the festive period for my family and friends, who eagerly await their goody bag.
Family cooking is like a ‘great expedition’ everyone wants something different, they are hungry, they need it to look good and smell good & I need to succeed.. I wanted to share my quick eats from this weekend! So on Saturday I went to a farmers market in Ealing and came back with amazing, colourful […]
Eat out or eat in? I love, love eating out and enjoying food being cooked for me. Don’t get me wrong I love cooking but what I also love is taking inspiration and tasting new things. Sometimes I find I cook so much I don’t actually end up fancying what I’ve cooked- for those of […]