Calling all West Country legume lovers

You really can’t escape me around the West Country over the next few weeks –  I will be talking, cooking and teaching pulses all over the place and would love you to join me.

So, for all you pulse enthusiasts (and the doubters too – I’m sure that I’ll convert you) here is my round up of events

1 pm Saturday 26th October –  1 hour master class  at The Bristol Home Food and Drink Show 

1 pm Sunday 27th October– a demo at the wonderful Dartmouth Food Festival

2 pm Sunday 28th October– “Have Fork, Will Travel” In conversation with Christie Smallwood  at the Dartmouth Food Festival

7.45 pm Friday 1st November– A  talk about my book, with some cooking too, at my favourite book shop Topping and Co in Bath

8pm Thursday 14th November – a fundraising demo for the Hotwells Primary School PTA, but open to the public, please contact me for more info.

10 am Saturday 16th November a Hip Whole foods  a full day, hands-on cooking class at The Bertinet Kitchen in Bath.

I will, of course, ensure that I have plenty of books to sign and sell at all these events should you be interested!

For more info on other classes I will be teaching in the next couple of months please take a peek at my website  for classes in Bristol, at The Bertinet Kitchen for classes in Bath and Divertimenti  for London classes.

5 thoughts on “Calling all West Country legume lovers

  1. Lydia Downey

    Hi Jenny, this is the little Egyptian owned shop in Oldfield Park, Bath that stocks all things Middle Eastern and Asian and has a good range of beans and lentils as well as spices and grains.

    Nada Mart
    2,Third Ave, Bath
    01225 445540

    Best wishes,
    Lydia Downey

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  2. Laetitia

    I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed cooking and eating from your book. I thought I knew loads about pulses and cooked with them regularly but it turns out that was only the tip of the iceberg! It is a fabulous resource, well written and terribly useful, thank you!
    For anyone interested my top recipes are the pumpkin and coconut soup, the sambar and the veggie burgers. Great stuff.

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    1. Jenny Chandler Post author

      Thank you so much Laetitia. I’m so happy that you are enjoying the book. If you like those recipes I’ll bet that the Sundal Accra on p28 will be a winner. Coconut, chickpeas and Southern Indian spicing. Easy and delicious.

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