You travel across the UK and abroad to food demos and conferences. How do you balance your personal & professional life?
I love traveling. Traveling has certainly made me knowledgeable. I love meeting people, and that way I am able to learn and eat their food. It helps me use those techniques in my recipes. I always acknowledge people who share the recipes and how I am inspired by an individual. As a migrant’s daughter, my parents moved from Punjab to West Bengal in search of work. It taught me different languages, different food, rituals, celebrations, and religions. I have always worked around my family and their support.
Your Message for International Women’s Day? Your secret to success.
If you don’t have a Godmother or Godfather in the industry then find a good mentor who will listen and advise you. The mentor that will let you fly eventually and not get jealous of your success. Hard work and manifesting something I want have always been my positive side.
Don’t give up it took me nearly 4 years to open my restaurant and 10 years to get my first book deal.
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