Montague Inn – Shepton Montague, Somerset. This week I have been fortunate enough to conduct two demonstrations. Firstly, at the Montague Inn, Shepton Montague, Somerset. Sean O’Callaghan welcomed me to his guests who are all curry enthusiasts. The group sampled homemade chutney, popodoms and vegetarian curries. They then sat and ate the ‘No’ Butter Chicken, with
This week has been great, with a meeting at Wincanton WIBN, discussing current business opportunities and linking with new networks. A cookery session with mother and son who are keen to learn how to use spices correctly and to make a flavourful curry using only six spices for a vegetarian meal – Introduction to
An evening with Bini Ludlow Lesson on spices followed by a favourite recipe of hers, which we then round off with same recipe as supper and a glass of wine. Just £35 for the evening. Contact Sean 01749 813213 to book a seat.
With the cold weather and snow this weekend, I have warmed up my kitchen with some tasty homemade fine cut peel marmalade. I have given the preserve a sweet cumin twist that has added sweetness to the bitter Seville orange. The marmalade has particularly worked well with pork sausages, boiled ham and in my sandwiches.
Cooking and testing recipes this week – making rasmalai a delicious Indian pudding Teaching Chicken and Lamb session tomorrow to four budding cooks on Thursday Cooking Chicken curry, rice, nann bread and salad is on the menu at the Valley Added Community Project on Friday with Bollywood dancers and live music for all to enjoy
This week has been spent meeting lovely ladies at the WIBN South West Region Wincanton discussing business ideas and networking opportunities and letting everyone know about my very first wine and curry evening on 1st December at Clapton Village Hall – limited places available. Booking essential! Twenty minute audition with the WI at Conygre Hall,
“On Friday, November 9, members will take part in an Indian cookery session with Bini Ludlow, teaches people to cook authentic Indian cuisine. Having learnt her skills and knowledge about spices form her mother and her extended family – many of whom still live in the Gujarat region of Western India” Written on 1st Nov
“I like Indian food. My partner, Neil, loves it. But while I’m pretty confident in the kitchen it’s not something I turn my hand to very often. Trying to juggle a busy work and social life I just don’t have time for the endless hours of marinating and simmering that so many recipes seem to
A few weeks ago I took part in the local WI meeting and shared some tasty Indian food with all the ladies.
Why not sample some delicious authentic home cooked Gujarati food. Have a look at the menu and see what delights are on offer. Contact Bini to order the food.