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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

Friday, 8 January 2010

A SALUTE TO PERSIAN COOKING

Recently I did a series of 3 Persian recipes on Foodepedia that I was very much hoping would stoke the fires of curiosity for the masses and inspire them to try a recipe of their choice.

I take my hat off to all of you who were brave enough to attempt any of these recipes and I'm very glad you enjoyed them. But I would like to extend a special gratitude and make honourable mention to a fellow blogger friend of mine "The Omniverous Bear" - who not only braved the recipe, but blogged it, photographed it stage by stage and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it, I'm told!


So here's to you "Omniverous Bear" - Your stew looks incredible!!!

And as for the rest of you, be brave and try the recipe: http://www.foodepedia.co.uk/sabrina-ghayour/2009/nov/fesenjan.htm

2 comments:

  1. Sabrina... it's us who say thank you... That is a FANTASTIC recipe, brilliantly explained - and we call it Sabrina's Chicken in honour of you. x

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  2. Because you are THE most modest of people! I think you should call it The Bear's Walnut Stew!!! ;-)

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