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Pukka Paki by Sumayya Jamil
Sumayya Jamil is a freelance food writer and cookery teacher who was born and raised in Pakistan and is passionate about promoting Pakistani cuisine, both traditional and contemporary in the UK. She hold’s Supperclubs and private dining regularly in London and across the UK show casing her individual style of Pakistani cookery.
Sumayya has been a part of Global Feast, a huge international supperclub during the Olympics and has written for many British and Pakistani food magazines such as Delicious, Vegetarian Living and Hello! Pakistan and many others. Sumayya’s recipes have been published in Madhur Jaffery’s Curry Nation and in mid-November, she appeared on the corresponding TV show with Madhur Jaffrey.
Sumayya also blogs at http://www.pukkapaki.com
Weekly Wine & Food Pairing
Domaine des Marechaux Rosé 2011 a rubust rosé wine from Bordeaux. Rosé is a beautiful match with the zingy lemon, seductive Saffron and other whole garam maslalas. But perhaps most gratuitous will be the garnish of rose petals, coriander leaves, pistachios and pomegranate seeds - beautiful with this versatile food wine. Who says you can't have rosé in winter?!?
And if you missed last week's pairing, here it is again:
This Chinon by Philippe Pichard displays gorgeous garrigue notes and fresh cherries on the nose, with mineral notes which extend to the palate, light in tannin and fresh ... so would compliment rosemary in the Tikka, yet not overpower the bird!
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Sumayya mission “To Spread the love of Pakistani food – to introduce the haunting flavours of Pakistani cuisine and create an awareness of it’s authenticity, it’s difference from Indian food and to map a journey of my happy and safe memories of growing up in Pakistan. A country which gets too much negative publicity but here is my chance to highlight the beauty of our people, food and the simplicity of life through the love of food and the fond memories it leaves forever in your heart.”