Monday, 23 October 2017

Indian cooking night proves to be hot ticket

MORE than 20 people attended an Indian cooking evening at a Wargrave farm shop.

MORE than 20 people attended an Indian cooking evening at a Wargrave farm shop.

The Local Larder, off Willow Lane, hosted the “Punjabi extravaganza” on Saturday with the CookCurry Club, which sells homemade Indian food in Henley and Twyford.

CookCurry founder Kran Sondh cooked a three-course meal on a small camping stove, with the dishes then being served to guests. The shop was decorated in an Indian theme and the food was served by Mrs Sondh’s family, who were wearing traditional garb.

Alison Hussey, who runs the Local Larder, said: “The whole point of the Local Larder is to promote local businesses and CookCurry were one of my first suppliers. Kran’s stuff is amazing — it’s home-cooked Punjabi-style food, which is very different from what you would get in a restaurant.

“We decorated the shop with saris and posters of Indian deities and people came to watch the demonstrations before eating. The food was incredible and some people were even taking notes!”





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