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2011
Delicious Magazine Recipe Feature Recipes published in Princes Trust Charity 'Trusty' Cookbook Guest panellist on UKTV Food's 'Market Kitchen' Recipes published in 'Come Dine With Me Special Occasions' book Blog named as a "Media Must-Have" in Jan & Feb issue of Olive Magazine

2010
Launch of Sabrina's one-to-one private cookery tuition Guest critic on Gordon Ramsay's 'F-Word' series finale Organised Top Chef Charity Banquet for Haiti raising £70,000 for 'Action Against Hunger' Seasonal Food & Recipe Writer for 'Blue Tomato'

2009
Winner of Channel 4's 'Come Dine With Me' (West London) 'Bronze' winner in professionally judged 'AA Home Cooking Competition 2009' Appointed resident cookery columnist for Foodepedia

Japanese Rice Risotto with Miso, Lemongrass and Scallops

Japanese Rice Risotto with Miso, Lemongrass and Scallops

Seasonal Penne Mediterraneo

Seasonal Penne Mediterraneo

Persian Split Pea, Dried Lime and Lamb Stew

Persian Split Pea, Dried Lime and Lamb Stew

Monday, 25 May 2009

A link to Channel 4's Come Dine With Me: http://www.channel4.com/food/on-tv/come-dine-with-me/series-5/west-london/sabrina-ghayour-s-menu_p_1.html

2 comments:

  1. My first experience of the Come Dine with Me. Actually my first experience of "reality TV." I found it quite interesting. The content was pretty good: a bunch of people cooking for each other and then grading each other. But the manipulation of the participants by the "show" was quite obvious, so was the setting up of the various participants. Clearly, drama, strife and "bad behaviour" needs to be created when it does not present itself naturally. I thought Sabrina acquited herself well in this modern variation on the blood and gore of the gladiator arena. She was calm, collected and focused as much as allowed on the food and the presentation. Her avoidance of the catty commentary of the other participants was excelelnt. Good for her. I will follow her for the rest of the show but not sure I find this kind of entertainement THAT entertaining!!!

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  2. I'm enjoying watching your CDWM week. I must say that, so far, you have displayed a great deal of gracious fortitude in the face of all kinds of culinary disasters and, erm, some rather tiresome co-competitors. I'm looking forward to seeing your meal.

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