Vicky Bhogal
Vicky Bhogal
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Vicky BhogalCookbook Author Personal MissionSharing time-honoured family heritage recipes with a modern audience; making them accessible, without dumbing them down.Unique SpecialtyIf you think you know Indian cooking, think again. Vicky reveals the recipes that were spoonfuls of her upbringing, to get you truly Cooking Like Mummyji.Other PassionsToo many to list but I simply have to have music on when I cook at home, especially hip hop and bhangra!Websitehttp://www.vickybhogal.com/
Expertise
Vicky Bhogal emerged onto the food scene at 25 years old with her first cookbook, the bestselling and highly acclaimed Cooking Like Mummyji published by Simon and Schuster in 2003, a love letter to the Punjabi Indian food she was brought up on in Britain. It won the Jeremy Round award for Best First Book at the Guild of Food Writers Awards and short-listed for Best Book at the Glenfiddich Awards. An avid campaigner of many causes, next was Vicky's brainchild celebrity recipe book for the Make Poverty History campaign, A Fair Feast in 2005, which she compiled and edited. Insisting that 100% of the proceeds go to charity, the book has raised over £100,000 for The Fairtrade Foundation and Oxfam's Make Trade Fair Campaign. 2006 saw the release of A Year of Cooking Like Mummyji, picking up and continuing to explore the much-loved thread of her first book through the recipes of British Asian communities, against the backdrop of the seasons and elegant poetry. Vicky also created her own authentic chilled foods range, 'Just Like Mummyji's' exclusively for Tesco 2004-2007, using only fresh ingredients and winning her a Grocer Award in 2006 and short-listing for Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Asian Jewel Awards 2006. Her fourth book, Flavour: A World of Beautiful Food, was published by Hodder and Stoughton in 2009. Unveiling the global breadth of her kitchen, she takes an array of delicious ingredients and shows how to combine them according to their flavour profiles in simple, imaginative and provocative ways, to create exciting new dishes and get people to question what they do or don’t like and why. It was shortlisted as Best Hardback Book in the world under 35 Euros in the 2010 Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards. Vicky lives, cooks and eats in her beloved London.READ FULL BIO
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Credentials
Cookbook AuthorCooking Like Mummyji (2003)Short-Listed for Best Book at Glenfiddich AwardsWon the Jeremy Round award for Best First Book at the Guild of Food Writers Awards
Cookbook AuthorA Fair Feast (2005)
Creator of 'Just Like Mummyji's' Chilled Food RangeGrocer Award Winner (2006)Short-Listed for Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Asian Jewel Awards (2006)
Cookbook AuthorA Year of Cooking Like Mummyji (2006)
Cookbook AuthorFlavor: A World of Beautiful Food (2009)Short-listed for Best Hardback Book under 35 Euros in Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards (2010)
News
Vicky is delighted to announce that her new book to accompany this series, Cooking Like Mummyji, is now available to buy on Amazon! Discover more of her recipes and family stories through her insider's guided journey of Indian family food. Check out the book and her blog!
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