The Grand Kavey Eats Hotel Chocolat Easter Giveaway (Closed)

The Grand Kavey Eats Hotel Chocolat Easter Giveaway (Closed)

With Easter just around the corner, it’s time for the annual Hotel Chocolat Easter giveaway here on Kavey Eats. It’s become quite a ritual for me to browse the entire range of Easter products and pick some of my favourites to share with three lucky winners. Enter now and share the news with your friends [Read More…]

My Grandfather’s Spicy Tomato Ketchup | The Recipe Tree

My Grandfather’s Spicy Tomato Ketchup | The Recipe Tree

Long before I started this blog, I was sharing recipes online at Mamta’s Kitchen, our family cookbook on the web, named after my mum who has contributed the bulk of the recipes, with many more given by family, friends and readers. Mamta’s Kitchen has been going strong since 2001 and is a wonderful way to [Read More…]

Lalani & Co Matcha Masterclass

Lalani & Co Matcha Masterclass

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending a Matcha Masterclass by Jameel Lalani, founder of Lalani & Co. Not long before, I wrote an article about matcha for which I spoke to several retailers of high grade Matcha, Lalani & Co included. (Look out for the article in the March issue of [Read More…]

Sourdough Stories | Pussy Galoaf Graduates With Honours

Sourdough Stories | Pussy Galoaf Graduates With Honours

My recent post felt like a coming out ball for our new sourdough starter, Pussy Galoaf. Today she’s graduating with honours because loaf number three was just so damn good. A gorgeous soft crumb, a fantastic fresh bread aroma with the mild tang of sourdough, a perfect crunchy crust and a lovely shape to boot. [Read More…]

March 2015 #BSFIC | Dairy Free | Now With A Prize!

March 2015 #BSFIC | Dairy Free | Now With A Prize!

February came and went without me posting a theme for BSFIC so I’m diving straight into March with a call for Dairy Free recipes. Whether you use a dairy-free substitute – such as almond, soy or coconut milk – or opt for a sorbet instead, it’s completely up to you.     Images from Shutterstock stock [Read More…]

Tombo’s Japanese Afternoon Tea

Tombo’s Japanese Afternoon Tea

Tombo, Japanese for dragonfly, is a small deli and cafe in South Kensington, just a minute’s walk from the tube station. It offers a small menu of modern Japanese food and quality tea. I’m a particular fan of it’s Japanese desserts, which often feature ingredients such as azuki (red bean paste), matcha and sesame. On [Read More…]

In My Kitchen | Daughter of Priscilla | Introducing Pussy Galoaf

In My Kitchen | Daughter of Priscilla | Introducing Pussy Galoaf

Inspired by my lovely friend Celia’s images of beautiful sourdough loaves, Pete and I tried recently to resurrect our last frozen pot of Levi the Levain, the 50+ year old sourdough starter we’d been given by Tom Herbert at a cooking class some years ago. Sadly, although Levi was a spritely old thing when alive [Read More…]

Meet The Blogger | Steve Lamond

Meet The Blogger | Steve Lamond

I’ve told before the story of how my husband Pete’s beer, whisky and coffee blog came to be – for a year he wrote a series of guest posts here on Kavey Eats before I finally kicked him off in October 2011 to launch PeteDrinks.com. Not long after that, we both went along to the [Read More…]

The Big Chocolate Tea Party + Chocolate Teaser soufflé Recipe

The Big Chocolate Tea Party + Chocolate Teaser soufflé Recipe

I was a lucky child. Neither my sister nor I experienced any major accidents, illnesses or health issues. Our occasional visits to hospital were brief and easily dealt with by our local hospital or local health services. But some families are not so lucky. Some families have to deal with serious childhood sicknesses that are [Read More…]

Join the Calçotada with Rosita & The Sherry Bar

Join the Calçotada with Rosita & The Sherry Bar

If you have never been to a calçotada, it’s about time you did. This seasonal celebration of the calçot hails from Spain’s Catalan region, where locals celebrate the humble allium with much merriment and greed every year. I first learned of it from Rachel McCormack, who brought the tradition to London when she organised a [Read More…]

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