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Asma’s Indian Kitchen
Founder -loves Chaat, Biryani, ladoos & masala chai. An immigrant & a proud Londoner-Debut cookbook out on 4 Oct 2018-pre-order link below.
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The Native Immigrants Podcast 21h
So richly deserved, & a testament to what she's achieved, not just for the community but also for women empowerment. stereotypes broken and history made... we'll be watching that episode with special interest! Look forward to savouring more delights at the restaurant soon too! 😀
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Darjeeling Express 18h
Replying to @Nimmigrants
Big hug! Thank you!
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Asma’s Indian Kitchen 3h
Replying to @boroughmarket
Thank you for inviting me- it was such a wonderful space and platform to host my first demo from my cookbook- I am delighted to share the same publication date as your cook book! 🙏🏽
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❤️
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Borough Market 21h
Such smells & stories coming out of the Demo Kitchen today. Thank you . It was an honour to have you (1st British chef to cook on Netflix's Chefs Table no less!) So excited our debut cookbooks come out on the same day (4th Oct). Yours looks like an absolute beaut!
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The Kitchen Is On Fire | A Food Podcast 21h
Nonsense to one side, next week’s TKIOF is one of the best we’ve ever done. Mainly because it’s nowt to do with us chuckleheads, all the wise words of Sad, moving and inspiring in equal measure. Plus a new game about dead people and ball curry!
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Asma’s Indian Kitchen 7h
Thank you!
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🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
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Sejal Sukhadwala Sep 20
You’ve all read story of the restaurant, prob. several times over: its all-women kitchen, charity it supports, Sunday supperclubs etc. Here explains the historical background to her food heritage - very unique mix of Mughlai Awadhi & Mughlai Bengali:
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Congratulations!
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Asma’s Indian Kitchen 15h
I am not a man hater- there are many men in my life who I love a lot- they just don’t work in my kitchen.
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Thank you!
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Thank you!
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🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
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arawelo eats Sep 20
Excited to be heading to my home city for a special Somali style Sunday lunch ⁦⁩ - get booking! Would love an RT ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Asma’s Indian Kitchen 16h
Really looking forward to this!
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Ashis Basu 16h
“Mughlai Bengali food—the cuisine of the courts of the Mughal nobility in Bengal and the ports where traders from Persia, the Middle East and Central Asia had settled—is more complex in character.” explains in her delicious piece. cc
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Thank you!
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Asma’s Indian Kitchen 16h
I am sorry I missed you! Thank you for coming back- AND for introducing our restaurant to new people! I hope to meet you on your next visit!
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Borough Market Sep 20
Brush up on your knowledge of Mughlai cuisine ahead of 's Demo Kitchen at 1pm today, where she'll be cooking food fit for royalty!
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