Bini Ludow on Food Passion & Business Success

Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 6:30 – 9:00 PM UTC

Bini Ludlow cooks authentic Indian cuisine, having learnt her skills and knowledge about spices from her mother and her extended family, many of whom still live in the Gujarat region of Western India. With a starting budget of £200, Bini runs Sweet Cumin cookery school aimed at adults and young budding chefs to learn how to combine different spices to produce tasty authentic Indian food.

About this event

From secondary school teacher to becoming a successful chef and business woman appearing on TV Bini Ludlow’s story is an inspiration.

She now own’s a successful cookery school as well as a range of authentic ready meals distributed across a network from London to Devon. The dishes are prepared in her own kitchen using fresh locally sourced ingredients

Having learnt her skills and knowledge about spices from her mother and her extended family, Bini has been entertaining friends and family with honest Indian fare for many years and her love affair with good Indian food has not abated.

It felt like a natural progression for Bini to set up a cookery school and share her passion for spices with a network of friends, family and other budding cooks.

Bini’s career has gone from strength to strength in recent years. Her portfolio of accolades now includes a raft of awards for her classes and frozen ready meal range, numerous high-profile TV and Radio appearances (BBC, ITV and C4) as well as featuring in local and national press (The Guardian, Delicious Magazine, Crumbs Magazine). Bini’s longstanding collaboration with Thatchers Cider (pairing curries with ciders) has been rolled out across the UK, Australia and the US. 

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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM UTC


6:30 PMNetworking & Drinks
7:00 PMTalk with Bini Ludlow
7:45 PMQ&A
8:15 PMNetwork & Drinks