Indian puddings  Ok you like them or loath them but Indian Sweet dishes aren’t as well received in the UK as they are in the sub-continent. So, I thought I’d talk about them and you can decide whether you’d give them a go with with tips on what you need to look out for on

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Here is an article I wrote for food lovers magazine this month. Enjoy. King of the Curries: Back to Basic Posted on 04/03/2018 by Helen Upshall in Features Curry cooking techniques explained by the experts… Bath-based cookery teacher Bini Ludlow has been cooking authentic Indian cuisine since a young age, having learnt her skills and

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Sweet Potato Chips recipe 3 sweet potato – peeled and cut into chips 1-2 tbsp. local runny honey (to taste) 1/2 tsp nutmeg grated 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon salt to taste 3tsbp olive oil   Method 1. Preheat the oven to 200C 2. Line a oven proof dish or tray with silicon sheet. 3. Place

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Time On many occasions during my day I hear people say that they don’t have time to…. I always think,  …. ‘do they have 4hrs it watch the box’! Cooking should be part of the daily schedule where you take time to enjoy preparing a lovely meal for yourself and your family.   I am

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  This morning I was feeling a little tired and it was still  dark outside. I opened up my emails and came across this fantastic email from a cook who had been to one of my classes last week and thought I would share it with you. It brightened up my day.   Testimonial   

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 Turning Turnips into something special. I was cooking up a roast dinner over the weekend and noticed the turnips looked in need of spicing up! I made a great quick change to the cooking and developed these wonderful tasty morsels that worked perfectly.   Spicy Turnips Ingredients 320g Turnips, peeled, topped and tailed  and but

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