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Ash’s Bangladeshi Mishti Doi

2018 has been a really fantastic year for 91 Ways and for food! With a packed program of events over the year, we have been lucky enough to share foods from all over the world with people who truly treasure them, as part of their cultural heritage and their food memories. At one of the final events for 2018 we were asked to provide breakfast at the Fair Saturday event in Hamilton House, instigated by the Mayor, Marvin Reeves. Fair Saturday was created as an antidote to Black Friday shopping excess and it is quickly gaining momentum across the world.…

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Simis’ Kookoo Sabzi

Simi has shared her recipe for Kookoo Sabzi with us. Kookoo Sabzi, of Green Kookoo, is a beautiful light herb-filled frittata studded with walnuts and barberries. When you taste it you’ll see why this delicious Persian dish is a traditional food for the first day of Spring in Iran. What could be lovelier in the middle of winter with an excess of stodgy, winter food, than a hint of spring! Simi is a cookery teacher at Simi's Kitchen, as well as being a recipe writer, allotmenteer, Supper Club hostess and Iranian food tour guide, based in Bath.  Kookoo Sabzi Recipe (vegetarian)Serves 4 as…

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Viviane’s Christmas Cake

Viviane is an amazing supporter of 91 Ways, always helping at our events, ready with smile and her apron! Viviane has been busy creating beautiful Christmas cakes and we were lucky enough to have one to raffle at our last Supper Club. She has made 8 this year for friends, family ,and as prizes in raffles.  Viviane describes the cooking process as "therapy" and loves to see how happy they make people. We need more cake and more people like Viviane in the world!  Viviane uses a lovely recipe that is alcohol free and has the surprising addition of chai…

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Anupreet’s Childhood Dhal

Anupreet Attridge shares with us her childhood memories of time spent at the Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) and her love of Ma Ki Dhal Sabat as a result. A Dhal From My Roots.... "As a young child living in London, I have fond memories of being collected from nursery by my Mother, Aunties or Uncles, before going off to the shops. Normally, before leaving I would ask, ‘are we going to the Gurudwara?”. I loved it there. We would spend some time in the prayer hall, say hello to people we knew. But what really excited me the most was the “Langar.” So,…


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