Setting up Cookery workshops & Cookery Experiences

My blog followers will know that since 2014, I have been teaching Indian Vegetarian and vegan Cookery to adults in local colleges as well as one to one classes with clients in their homes. Before Read More …

Fried cassava ( fried mogo)

Cassava is called Mogo in Swahili. Anyone who has lived or visited Kenya will have seen roasted or fried cassave sold on the streets. The mogo is usually served with a sprinkling of salt and Read More …

OXO Tower Restaurant Brasserie Review

The rooftop Oxo Tower Brasserie in South Bank is in the Iconic Oxo Tower which is a London Riverside landmark.  It used to be owned by the OXO brand but had fallen into disrepair in Read More …

Slimmers Friendly Mixed Vegetable and Onion Bhajias/Pakoras

Everyone loves Bhajias especially Onion bhajias. But we try not to eat them regularly as they are deep fried. This year, I am trying to be healthy and eat as much oil free food as Read More …

Overnight Oats with fruit

How often have you skipped breakfast because you didn’t have time? How often have you picked up an unhealthy breakfast on your way to work because you didn’t have time for breakfast?  With overnight oats Read More …

Prestige Hamper and more Goodies to Review

What do you give to someone who has everything?  Or what do you get for a friends or relations who live away from you?  A hamper is one of the ways to make their day Read More …

Oven Roasted Spicy Chickpeas – Garam garam chana

Here’s something for all you Bollywood fans…A song about Chana Jor Garam At one of my cookery lessons, I was showing my class how to make chick pea curry. The discussion led to all the Read More …