Well, tonight is the South West heat on Food Glorious Food. Location: Kingsbridge, Devon. The curry I will be presenting (a family favourite) is called: The Ultimate Curry – West Country Slow Cooked Lamb with Tiger Prawn. It is best eaten with fresh chappatis and cachumber salad. The recipe for my Lamb and Prawn
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Everyone prepaing, cooking and enjoying themselves. After a busy week cooking and teaching this week will bring lots of fun: Decorating the summer room to update an old barn is on the agenda this week. It’s rewarding to see the room progress. I remember when I was painting the kitchen I loved it
They say everyone has 15 minutes of fame. Well that’s what Andy Warhol said. Food Glorious Food! is an exciting new ITV1 series, searching the country for one very special recipe. The winner gets £20,000 and their dish on the shelves of Marks & Spencer. The series will search Britain for people’s best loved
A weekend of cooking great meaty dishes from lamb and potato curry and roast chicken using a simple marinade to perk up any roast diner. A workshop at Midsomer Quilter www.midsomerquilters.co.uk looking at Gujarati textiles focus on embroidery was great fun and discussions conducted about the tribe. This week is a fun packed busy week,
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.