April 14, 2015
…in Mumbai, India. Crisp, tasty and vegetarian – thought still very bad for you – Mumbai’s papri chaat is the Indian snack this chef and food writer dreams of savouring.
October 15, 2012
National Curry Week was started in 1998 to recognise the British love of curry and raise money for charity. In the week that sees us celebrating the 15th anniversary of this popular event, Gayle McBain talks to Bolton’s very own curry queen Anjali Pathak.
May 30, 2012
Anjali Pathak is a British cook and a member of the Pathak family who create curry sauces and condiments. She studied at Leiths School of Food and Wine and is now the ambassador for Patak’s Foods (the family dropped the ‘h’ when they launched their range of sauces in the 1950s).
November 27, 2011
Anjali Pathak of the Indian food giants, Pataks, was back at Bolton School to deliver a captivating cookery demonstration. Anjali, who is Brand Ambassador for the family business, Pataks, was delighted to return to her former school where she met up with her former classmate, Natalie James (nee Whittle), who is now part of the Food Technology Department, which organised the lunchtime seminar.