Join us for a workshop dedicated to the use of spices, and how to elevate your cooking with simple additions to your food.Detailed description:
The oral tradition of passing down recipes and methods for creating staple dishes has continued from generation to generation. This is no different when it comes to seasoning our food. The use of spices in Indian food is legendary and Gujarati cooking, it's no different. With just a handful of ingredients, it's possible to create something delicious and filling, without the need to do anything too fancy or have any advanced skills!
We'll be talking you through key spices and how we use them, sharing tips and ideas on how you can integrate them into your food and a demonstration. Guests will then enjoy a selection of small plates, which will be created during the workshop and leave with a goodie bag of spices!
Hi , I'm Punam! What started as a hobby has now become my full-time passion. I grew up with strong roots and cooking tradition as linked to my Gujarati heritage. As a British Indian, I never really realised the importance of food in my sense of belonging and feeling at home. Growing up, food played a key role in connections with others, creating bonds and forming stories. Seeing all of this, I didn't really know when it became a part of my own hosting style!
After working as a sous-chef for a range of suppers clubs hosted for the Hackney Migrants Centre, I started hosting my own supper clubs in East London. My love and passion for cooking and hosting can be seen and experienced at each event, from the supper clubs to the workshops. I've had the pleasure of hosting private supper clubs and catered for private events. From April 2022, I had my first opportunity to host supper clubs in Porto, now sharing my love for both London and Porto with events in both cities.
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