Families cooking together Blimey what an amazing week I have had and so much packed in. With cookery lesson with some talented young cooks and family cookery sessions was a success with memories of trips to India and food high on the agenda. December has been fun packed and the best I have ever had.
My lovely cooks just finished the Chicken and Lamb Session … Testimonials Thank you Bini, Had a wonderful time and definitely gained confidence to try some Indian cuisine at home – Marcelle Thank you so much Bini for a wonderful afternoon. Truly inspiring and I cant wait to try out and learn more – Elizabeth.
Full steam ahead A few busy weeks of conducting cooking lessons at home and at the Royal High School, Bath, attending Christmas fairs in Somerset; celebrating my birthday gift at the Raymond Blanc Cookery School and cooking gujarti goodies for dinner parties its full steam ahead. I recently read a wonderful article about my cookery school successes in
I had a great week last week meeting wonderful cooks coming to learn how to produce amazing Indian dishes. I had a wonderful time and all the cooks went away enthused, inspired and keen to get on with the cooking in their own kitchens. This week is just as busy with teaching at
Steve Yabsley and Bini Ludlow at Sweet Cumin It has been an eventful time for Sweet Cumin over the past few weeks with winning a Gold in Taste of the West and then reaching the finals for the British cookery school awards. This week I am featuring on the wonderful BBC Bristol and Somerset
Bini with Head Judge at the British Cookery School Awards 2013 It was a great evening at the British Cookery School awards 2013 at the Vintners Hall – London. There were all the finalists who had been short listed present and were keen to learn who had won each category. Representation from Ken Wood, Delicious
Somerset Community Foundation The Royal High School Bath. It has been a hectic week starting off at cooking at The Royal High School teaching students how to cook with spices and understanding the processes of cooking Gujarati Indian food. It was lovely to meet the girls and I look forward to meeting them again over the next
A burst of colour from Clapton Locally Grown Chilies ( Actually from my neighbour) I am fortunate to have lovely ingredients from the South West, but it is great when your next door neighbour has an abundance of vegetables and chillies that he is happy to share. I love it when Nigel comes around with
Sweet Cumin has a new Buddy. Bristol based spice company Bart are forming a buddy partnership with Sweet Cumin Indian cookery school. It is great to see how local companies can work together to promote and exchange ideas. Here is a little information about Bart and what they do. About Bart .. The Bart
Fosse way Nursing Home Visit – Somerset I had a fabulous day visiting a nursing home last week; it was great meeting the lovely elderly residence who are very keen to help grow the vegetable for my cookery school. The sensory trusts are keen to support the project; that will allow the elderly to have