Anjula Devi appearing at the Universal Cookery & Food Festival

As an advocate of female chefs, Anjula Devi, author of Clearview’s title Spice for Life, will be appearing in the ‘Mum’s in the kitchen’ session at the Universal Cookery & Food Festival at Bottom Farm in Northamptonshire, on Tuesday 25th June 2019.  For further details click here.

Anjula Devi appearing at the National Restaurants Show in Chicago

Anjula Devi will be cooking up a curry at the Centennial National Restaurants Show in Chicago on 19th May.  She’s the first British chef to be invited to appear at the show.

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Promoting Women in the Food Industry

Don’t miss the opportunity to see Anjula Devi who will be appearing at International Women’s Day on 8th March 2019 at The Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.  Book you tickets here.

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Eat and Drink Festival at London’s Olympia

Along with a host of other celebrity chefs, Clearview’s author Anjula Devi will be showcasing her food at the Eat and Drink Festival to be held at London’s Olympia exhibition hall between 22nd March and 7th April 2019.

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Anjula Devi on Gaby Roslin Show

Don’t miss special radio guest Anjula Devi on the Gaby Roslin show this weekend!  Tune in to BBC Radio London on 94.9 fm from 2pm.

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Hampton chef teams up with Manchester United

Anjula Devi, Clearview’s author of Spice for Life, is changing the way Indian food is perceived by becoming the first Indian chef to be taken on by Manchester United Football Club.  She is working alongside Executive Chef James Tagg to create a delicious menu of curries and appetisers on match days at Old Trafford, catering for thousands of hungry football fans.  To read the full article in the Richmond and Twickenham Times click here.

First Indian consultant chef to be taken on by Manchester United

We’ve known for a while, but it seems were now allowed to talk about it.  We’re delighted to reveal that Spice for Life author, Anjula Devi, has been taken on as Consultant Chef by Manchester United – and here’s a photo to prove it!


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Why Takeaways Give Indian Food a Bad Name

Anjula Devi tells how you can add spice to life without ordering in calorie-laden Indian takeaways.  In the Healthy Food Guide magazine November issue Anjula encourages you to choose the authentic healthier spice trail.  Click here to read the article.

Festive Cheer from Anjula’s Supper Club

Anjula’s fabulous Supper Clubs, currently taking place in Wimbledon, showcase recipes from her book Spice for Life.  Click here to watch her latest guests enjoying a wonderful Christmas festive feast.  Keep your eyes peeled for her next event.

Home Cook of the Year reviews Spice for Life

Sophie, a passionate food blogger and Warwickshire’s Home Cook of the Year, writes a lovely review of Anjula Devi’s Spice for Life and she tests out several of the recipes with her family.  Click below to read her comments on these delectable dishes.

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