From food blog to published cookbook of Mauritian dishes

Selina Periampillai is a self taught chef who left her city job to start a food blog called Taste Mauritius. Being from Mauritian heritage Selina soon realised there was nowhere in London to find tasty home cooked dishes like her mum made, so she started a successful supper club from home. This led to a…

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Baking: Traybakes

Another warm welcome to this months Baking Round-up. I have chosen a subject close to my heart and more importantly my family’s bellies. Traybakes are often at the very heart of a family’s  kitchen and that is most definitely true for mine. Generally easy to whip up they are what I make week in, week…

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Food: BBQ Recipes for all the family

For this month’s food round up I am bringing you the only selection of BBQ recipes you will need this summer. Whether you are cooking for 3 people or 100 people you are sure to find a recipe perfect for them here.  Choosing the right meat can be difficult. We all know a BBQ needs…

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Baking: Cookies

Welcome back for May’s Baking Round-up. This month it’s a real corker. I love, no adore, baking recipes  that are super easy but really deliver. You know the ones that are a simple mix together of ingredients but somehow miraculously produce a result that blows everybody’s pop socks off. Cookies come into this category for…

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Cookie Monster meets BritMums #ad #CookieMonstersFoodieTruck

It’s not everyday you get to meet A-list celebrities. So when we found out that Cookie Monster and Gonger were in town and talking about their Cookie Monster’s Foodie Truck (yum!) we jumped at the chance to meet them! How could we resist? Volunteering for the job was Catherine from Catherine’s Cultural Wednesdays (she used…

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