Paul A. Young appears in BBC 2 TV Series – The Sweet Makers

Four modern confectioners, including Clearview’s author Paul A. Young, plus Cynthia Stroud, Andy Baxendale and Diana Short recreate the treats of the past in the three part BBC 2 TV series The Sweet Makers.  If you missed the first programme on the challenges faced by sweet makers during the Tudor period click on the link here to read a review in the Daily Telegraph, or visit BBC i-player to replay the whole broadcast.  More from Georgian times this week on Wednesday 26th July on BBC2 between 8-9pm, and it’s the Victorians next week.

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Cooking Inspiration

Click below to read about Indian cuisine connoisseur Anjula Devi’s inspiration for cooking in Good Things online magazine.

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Thank you Waterstones Kingston

Thank you to bookshop manager Tuija and her team at Waterstones Kingston for their welcome and support for Anjula’s book Spice for Life.  A glowing recommendation here from Tuija.  

Anjula Devi’s Masterclasses on YouTube

Click here to view Anjula’s masterclass videos which will guide you through the mysteries of combining spices, and give simple tips on how to create her delicious healthy Indian food.  More recipes in the coming weeks!

What If…. Some inspirational words from David Eustace

This talk from the irrepressible David Eustace highlights and displays the importance in taking a first, often doubtful and fearful, step.  The possibility of rejection and negativity can cast doubt on hopes and to an extent shape the future.  Click here to hear him talk to a large group of students about his own first steps to becoming a successful photographer.

An Evening With Anjula Devi at Waterstones Bookshop, Kingston-upon-Thames

On Thursday 22nd June, between 18.30-21.00hrs, Anjula will be talking about her amazing cookbook Spice for Life and sharing some of her delicious, healthy and wholesome recipes at Waterstones in Kingston.  Don’t miss this!

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Ahead of the Curve

Click below to take a look at Alex Michaelis’ extraordinary home in West London in this article by Talib Choudhry in The Telegraph Magazine.

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Growers scent a revival in UK’s cut-flower industry

Click below to read Shane Connolly’s article in The Financial Times about how Constance Spry helped loosened the rigid constraints of contemporary floristry in the 20th Century, and how Britain’s surviving flower farmers today are diversifying to appeal to new audiences, and new entrepreneurs are emerging.

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Anjula gives a masterclass on Indian street food

Clearview author and Indian food expert, Anjula Devi, gives a masterclass on how to make Indian street food in BBC Good Food magazine.  Click here to see more.

Chillies – the spice of life

See two simple recipes – Lazy Chilli Flakes and Ripe Mango Curry – from Anjula Devi’s Spice for Life featured in Caroline Eden’s article in The Telegraph on Saturday.

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