My passion for Indian home-
Born and raised in West London, I connect the food of my Punjabi heritage with fond memories of my
grandmother’s cooking and food stories. Being a home-
grandmothers and mother -
My cooking style is instinctive, relaxed and not formal or fancy! Through travelling and living abroad as part
of my degree in languages, I learnt to better appreciate how good food connects people of all generations
and cultures, and wanted to celebrate that.
So, although dadima’s literally translates as ‘grandmother’s’, my brand was born from a wider appreciation
for elders all around the world. It’s been a real privilege to share my writing and culinary journey on
BBC Radio, through cookery demos (including Padstow Christmas Festival) and in local schools and
community events. I currently live in Berkshire with my family, and I am really excited to share how I cook
a few of my favourite dishes at home. I hope you’ll enjoy watching and tasting!
Dadima’s: Celebrating Grandmother’s Wisdom Through Indian Cooking is available online via Amazon,
Waterstones and Foyles.