#CookForSyria – Ghraybeh

#CookForSyria – Ghraybeh

Here in the UK it is Refugee week, a time dedicated to celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees, whilst also highlighting their experiences and the reasons why they seek safety. I have been taking part this week by joining in with #cookforsyria. Cook For SYRIA is a global fundraising initiative curated by Clerkenwell [...]

Around the globe in 80 plates: Italy

Around the globe in 80 plates: Italy

How it then became spaghetti alla puttanesca furthers this dishes mystery. As the word puttana means whore in Italian, many believe it came from the brothels and the woman that “worked the night shift" during World War II, being that it was a quick and easy dish to put together between “obligations”. However, others believe [...]

Sweet potato dosa

Sweet potato dosa

So, this is more of an inspired by dosa recipe, because after some research it’s nothing much like the authentic dosa you find in India. However I’m not really sure what else to call this, curried sweet potato pancake maybe. I first made this when I went veggie for a month for charity, but its [...]