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Guest post by Ceri Jones – Courgette Sweet Aaloo

I love the take of this healthy, quick and inventive recipe by my friend Ceri, who is a natural chef in London – her recipes can be found on her blog Natural Kitchen Adventures which focuses on whole foods, paleo and gluten-free recipes, since 2011. Ceri Jones made her passion for wholesome food her living by… 

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Photos by Alice Griffiths

Pakistani Dawwat Feast feature for Good Things magazine, UK

        I was commissioned to contribute to Good Things magazine, UK – a feature with recipes and write about the celebration of Pakistani Dawwat – Autumn issue 2014 Tweet

Photo by Joanna Yee

Infusing memory with spice, surf and seafood – article for Fish On Friday

My article for Fish on Friday – October 2014   CHEFS & COOKS “A sea breeze enveloped by the aromas of barbecued fish tikkas permeated the heavy air of the hot day, the still evening suddenly coming alive with a welcoming scent of smoke and spice…” This is one of my childhood memories from my home… 

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“Summers under the Tamarind Tree” … the story begins; about my cookbook

Growing up, I was silently aware of my passion for flavour, it was an untapped love for creating from what nature blesses us with, creating food that spoke to the heart and not just to the palate alone. Food was an expression of togetherness and love in my home, no mater where the table was… 

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5 ways with Star Anise, my favourite spice

That haunting exotic aroma, it’s perfection in shape and form, begs to be savoured. Many are fraught with dispair due its strong essence and afraid to use it, here are some simple ways to incorporate this stunning spice in every day cooking…To me the heady welcome scent of autumn! Star anise is also known as… 

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Fragrant Saffron & nut biryani

The cool winter sea breeze of Karachi in December brought a very different feeling with it. It was welcomed after a long hot, intolerant summer. Suddenly the streets would be buzzing with happy folk, in their shawls and the men in their warm hand-woven Peshawari topi’s  longing for the first touch of winter to pull out… 

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