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Conwy Feast and Keralan spiced squash in the press

I’m very excited to announce that I will be cooking at this years Conwy Feast. On Saturday 22nd October ITV weather presenter Sian Lloyd will be hosting  a ‘secret supper’, where chef Jimmy Williams from Signatures restaurant and myself will be preparing and serving a range of dishes in the True Taste kitchen. Starting at 5pm we will cook a selection of simple, but delicious dishes that you can recreate at home to impress your friends and family. Wine expert Morfudd Richards will then lead guests through a guided wine tasting with wine specially chosen to match the food.

Tickets will be available online soon and will cost £5, but be quick as numbers are restricted to 50 to keep the feel of the dinner small and intimate.

On the theme of cooking at home, the North Wales Daily Post recently published my recipe for a seasonal Keralan spiced squash with coconut and beetroot and yogurt raitha. I last cooked this for a vegetarian / vegan dinner back last year and it went down very well so give it a try this autumn.

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