London Loving and Indian cooking.... with Try My Kitchen

Monday, 1 February 2016

So its 'new year - new me' and all that jazz, and so I thought I would start a new series here on Mimi Flys. Ive often talked about the best things to do when travelling, what to try, what to see, what to do - what not to miss. But I realised I hadn't really recommended much in my favourite city in the world - London! And luckily its my home!

So over the next few months i will be posting regularly in a new series of posts named London Loving. Il be recommending the best things to do, weather your a fellow Londoner or a tourist. We will be talking about the hidden gems that are outside of the usual tourist attractions and well worth checking out.

My first recommendation is a favourite of mine, and its called Try My Kitchen

If your a bit of a foodie like me, and you like the sound of combining trying new foods with socialising and learning a new skill in the kitchen - then this is the day in London for you!

Wether you fancy trying your hand at dim sum making, sushi rolling, or indian cooking, you'll be able to search the website by location, or food type - and you'll get a list of all of the upcoming classes that are being held. Prices are amazing, most are under £30 and you'll work your way through a menu, learning how to make each dish and finally getting to eat all of your hard work at the end! My friends and I recently tried my favourite, the Indian cooking class

Indian food has always been a favourite of mine, theres nothing I love more than spicy Paneer in a buttery sauce, all mopped up with a Naan bread stuffed with coconut and chillies - my mouth is almost watering as I type. But when it comes to my knowledge of actually making Indian food, it mostly consisted of picking up a phone and ordering a curry. That was until I discovered Try My Kitchen, and in particular their Indian cookery classes.

During the Indian cooking class in London, you'll start with a glass of Prosecco (because... well just because.) You'll then learn all about spices and how to use them in each dish. You'll create a menu of yummy indian starters and main courses, as well as spicy sides. In about two and a half hours you'll never want to order a take away again, and will leave feeling pretty smug (with a goody bag of spices and sweets in tow). I think an experience like this is something really different, and a great way of spending a day in London.  

The website also organises great supper clubs, so its worth keeping an eye out for those, if Indian cooking isn't your thing. 

I hope you enjoyed this post, and don't forget to bookmark Try my Kitchen if you fancy trying something new this year in London. 

Im hungry just thinking about it!

Until next time,



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