Indian Cookery Workshop

by Sarah Ali Choudhury in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom

£4,951

raised in 124 days

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supporters

I am building my own cookery school to offer small groups an authentic experience of cooking together and eating together.

by Sarah Ali Choudhury in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom

Anyone who knows me also knows that I am passionate about authentic food, and sharing the experience of cooking with people. Recognised as the youngest Asian female to manage an Indian restaurant I have  been creating my own dishes and am now planning to launch a cookery school in Bournemouth for small groups. 

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Why?

Cooking and eating authentic food together makes good things happen! 

As people cook and eat together they enjoy community, learn about food and food ingredients, build confidence and skills. Above all they have fun!

If you'd like to be amongst the first to experience the cookery school please pledge on my crowdfunder and choose your reward: you can come by yourself or we can create a small group.

Why Now?

Before the lock down I had a thriving business travelling up and down the country preparing delicious dinners for individuals at small events and serving great food to hundreds of happy customers at festivals. I was busy delivering engaging cookery demonstrations through the year.

As we start to open businesses up after the Covid crisis, there's an opportunity to  re-imagine and build something better: to spend time focussing on  the important as well as what - and who - we love. What could be better than learning how  to nourish yourself and your family, and  have some fun  in the process? 

..and after all, this nation loves a  great curry!  

So I'm asking you to help be build a new business that will allow me to feed my passion while teaching people to cook and providing authentic experiences for small groups where we all cook together and eat together.

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About Me

I am a Multi Award Winning chef and globally recognised Indian food expert, coach and speaker. My recipes and articles have featured in print and online publications locally, nationally and internationally including Forbes, The Telegraph, The Independent and various others. Forbes highlighted me me as a disrupter in the indian catering industry and titled me as 'The Curry Queen' and a global leader for Asian women in Catering.

If you'd like to find out more about me or  my track record please visit my website

Over the past three years I have received multiple awards. Most recently for Entrepreneur of the Year, and The Perfect Global Chef of the Year (in India).I am listed in F:Entrepreneur #ialso100 List  which recognises outstanding female entrepreneurs in UK and am listed in I:Entrepreneur - a campaign highlighting BAME entrepreneurs and small business owners. HRH The Princess Royal presented me with an award for my contribution to the catering industry at The Curry Awards and I also received an award from The British Armed Forces for outstanding contribution for The Military Covenant. 

I am PR Ambassador for the UK Nepal Friendship Society, The incoming President for Rotary Club of Poole Bay and district leader for Equality & Diversity. Patron of Tyler's Friends – and Ambassador for Lewis Manning Hospice. 

Let's make 'Indian Cookery Workshop' happen

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