Category: Vegetarian Cooking & Recipes

Keith’s Crispy Dosa Recipe

You might think fast food is a relatively recent phenomenon, and that the idea came from the USA. But the South Indians have been at it for thousands of years! Unlike a lot of western fast food—South Indian fast food is healthy, quick and tasty. It’s South Indian […]

Cooking with Love

In life, all you need is love. In the kitchen, it’s cooking with love. ‘Cooking with Love’ means just that—turning an everyday activity into something magical. What’s the secret? Simply that the way you cook (and eat) is just as important as the food itself. Like me, this […]

From Malta with Love

Looking for a warm, central location for our world wide team to meet up (from the UK, Europe and Australia), we though where better than Malta? Located in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta is derived from the words ‘medi’ (middle) and ‘terrain’ (earth) so literally means the […]

Ayurvedic Sweet Potato Curry

Today at the Dru Yoga Centre in Snowdonia I made the Ayurvedic Sweet Potato Curry a recipe from our new book ‘Cooking with Love’. This was the result enough for 40 people. It is a nice light vegetable dish, meaning there was plenty of space left for lots […]

Cookery Workshop in Belgium

Can you imagine a country that: Makes 22kg of finest chocolate per person per year Has 1000 varieties of beer That invented chips? Is this country some kind of food heaven? No just a short hop over the English Channel and you are in Belgium—a food lovers paradise! […]

Perfect Masala Dosa

Just arrived in Chennai and staying at the wonderful Radisson Hotel near the airport. Here we are enjoying the great Indian hospitality and also the food—especially the local specialty: masala dosa. Often as vegetarians you can struggle a bit when staying in a hotel, but not in India. […]

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Keith’s Warm Ayurvedic Salad

We all know that it’s great to eat raw food, because it is full of vitality, vitamins and enzymes. But unless it is really hot weather it can be cold, and unappetising. With Keith’s Ayurvedic warm salads you get the best of both world! Raw food doesn’t need […]

How to Make a Swan, from an Apple!

Twenty minutes down the road from where I live, at Llanfairfechan (that’s Welsh for ‘The Little Church of St. Mary’) there are a pair of friendly wild swans who I’ve trained to eat out of my hand. They enjoy celebrity status in the area, and are always well fed and […]

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Spice up your Mojo the Saucy Way

A recent trip to Lanzarote  provided the perfect setting to spice up my Mojo!  In the depth of winter Lanzarote is nice and warm, it enjoys an eternal spring – being on the same latitude as New Delhi! For hundreds of years the Canary Islands were a stopping off point to and from South […]

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Samia’s Spicy Secret

Cooking For Indian Indian People The most difficult test I’ve found in cooking is to make Indian food for Indian people!  A bit like making fresh pasta for Italians, mousaka for Greek people or deep fried Mars bars for the Scots. When I worked in India for 4 months at our retreat centre, […]