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Diwali Feast Supperclub

November 2015

Diwali is the favourite time of year for so many Indians and it’s not hard to see why. It’s a festival full of family fun, fireworks and a feast of fabulous FOOD! (I should probably stop with the F word now). For Hindus all over the world, Diwali is a celebration of goodness over evil. It marks […]

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Indian Cookery Demo @ Middlewich Makers Market

November 2015

Last Saturday we were invited to indulge the residents of Middlewich in a cookery lesson related to all things spice and Indian cookery. Having  a penchant for such things, we happily accepted! The demo ran as part of the Middlewich Makers Market  – a monthly event that brings together the finest and often award wining food, drink, art and craft producers in […]

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The Spice Club arrives in Birmingham!

September 2015

Birmingham. Home to the balti, home to more parks than any other city in the UK, home to more miles of canals than Venice and now home to The Spice Club! That’s right, the second city has officially became our second home. Last Saturday, the ever-cool Six Eight Kafe based in Millennium Point played host to our inaugural Birmingham pop-up supper club. Birmingham […]

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The Spice Club Turns Four!

November 2014

  Autumn 2010. I gingerly approached my Mum to ask whether she would be party to inviting complete strangers into our home for a 5-course dinner. Her astonishment was only surpassed by the certainty of her monosyllabic response, “No!”. However, after some (much) gentle (loud) persuasion (kicking and screaming), I convinced her otherwise (she reluctantly […]

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Game Night at Freemasons at Wiswell

October 2014

Last Friday we were honoured to be invited as guest chefs at Freemasons, as part of their annual “Game Week” festivities. Steven Smith’s Freemasons is a quintessentially British multi-award winning inn, located in the “chocolate box” village of Wiswell tucked away in the picturesque Ribble Valley. They serve to please the most discerning palate – an […]

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Punjabi Chicken & Spinach Curry Recipe

October 2014

As the weather begins to cool, try out this hearty and spicy Punjabi chicken and spinach curry recipe. Disclaimer: Aromas from cooking this dish may result in random hungry neighbours knocking at your door (answer at your own risk). Serves 2 Ingredients: For the marinade:- 275g chicken breast, cut into 2” chunks 1 tbsp Greek […]

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Band Gobi Mattar Recipe (Spicy Cabbage, Potatoes & Peas)

September 2014

This is a great Punjabi recipe that is full of flavour, healthy and easy to cook. Typically eaten with chappatis, this dish goes down a treat with the little ones and adults alike! It’s also a fantastic way of using up vegetable you may have in the fridge. Serves 4 What we need: 3 tbsp […]

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Indian Street Food Cookery Masterclass | June 2014

June 2014

It’s getting warmer, the days are longer and the sun is out (well..as I type this anyway). That can only mean one thing. That’s right..we made it everyone, Summer is officially here! And whilst you make the most of everyone’s favorite season, we are preparing for our next event at The Spice Club – our […]

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Indian Summer Feast Supper Club | Saturday 7th June 2014

June 2014

It’s time to loosen the belts…The Spice Club returns on Saturday 7th June with a social dining experience that will titillate your senses and broaden your smile. The Indian Summer Feast will be 5 courses of fresh, delectable Indian cuisine – a menu that will be perfect for a summer’s evening. Home-cooked and served in our inimitable family-flung style […]

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Spicy Urad Dal Lentil Pakoras

June 2014

“The World is much smaller than what it used to be”… or so I keep hearing.  The number of conversations that seem to start with “Back in MY day…. blah blah blah”, seems to be growing daily… and even my brother (he’s only 18 months older than me) is getting in on the act.  What prompted […]

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