The Sweet Cumin Indian cookery experience One of the highlights of teaching Indian cookery is to share my experiences, stories and cookery techniques to amazing cooks who come along to Sweet Cumin throughout the year. Here are some lovely photos I took and thought I would share their experiences with you. All
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Sweet Cumin Cookery School and Spice Tin My mother gave me a parcel of gifts when I got married. It was spice tin, sari and a necklace. I guess the idea was that, I can cook some delicious food for my husband and wear a lovely outfit at the same time. I definitely cook
Bini’s Festive Pork and Seaweed Meat Balls. I was going through my cupboards and the fridge one evening and came across some sausages and I wanted to develop a recipe that used ingredients that I had around and wanted to use up. My husband Richard (aka chief taster) was very happy with the result and
Tamarind Once of my first memories of Tamarind was when I used to see my mum extract the brown liquid through a sieve. I tasted it and its very very sour. It isn’t the most attractive however when you cook with this wonderful liquid it adds depth in both colour and flavour to any
Ginger This year I was keen to grow my own curry and I planted some ginger which was growing shoots and I felt it was a perfect opportunity to give a go. I had filled a container with some home made compost and planted the root with the shoot (eye bud) facing upwards, covered it
It was lovely to meet Tom Kerriage at the Abergavenny Food Festival and we discussed issues relating to food of course. He was very encouraging and I was on the main hall stage at 12 noon with Tom following from 2pm. Yes he’s very tall 🙂
Bini Fresh Curry Launch – Just in time for the colder evenings to warm you up and eat a delicious curry handmade with love. With popular demand and requests, Bini has cooked and delivered her fresh batch of curries this week in time for National Curry Week. Tisbury Deli and Spa Shop Bill the Butchers.
Mixed vegetable curry Ingredients 1 courgette washed and cut into chunks 1 carrot washed and cut into chunks 1 fresh tomato washed and chopped finely 3 – 4 new potatoes ( washed and cut into half) 5 green beans washed and cut into thirds 1 small aubergine thumb size piece of ginger -peeled and
Bini does it again and wins the Taste of the West 2017 Champion Readymeals, Soups and Light Eat category for the South West Judges comments for the winning curry Classic chicken curry ‘An authentic complex dish with just the right amount of heat. You just have to keep going back for more Want to
FSB video Women’s task Force – click on the link to view the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgSZXad1gR4 – inspire. Learn how I started the business and the advise on approaching customers.