ABOUT 'n GET IN TOUCH


To read more about my day job: the interviews I've conducted, the restaurants I've reviewed, the articles and books I've written, click on my website.
Pebble Soup, the beginnings: 
Pebble Soup was my first written venture. In 2007, After years of managing the Languages Department at Westminster-Kingsway College, London, I had reached the top of my game and lost myself in the process. In a bold move, I asked for redundancy. Little did I know that the recession was just around the corner.
While applying for jobs, He suggested that I start a food blog. Pebble soup was to lead me to that elusive new job, I became a trainee-Journalist at FE News and the rest followed. I am a food, wine and travel blogger; a freelance writer who has written for various online, print publications, the author of four books and Columnist for the Greenwich Visitor Earlier this year, I won the Cook Like Celebrity Trophy

Pebble Soup, the present:
Pebble Soup is the place where I write about my culinary experiences and experiments at home and abroad. I trust that anyone who likes eating can cook. For me food has always been a passion.  As a teenager, I spent my time cutting out recipes which I would paste in various scrap-books. Later I experimented on my friends who prefer to forget the meals I cooked for them, then. Now that I am quite experienced, it's my turn to share what I know, what I find out.

Recently I teamed up with Coffee and Vanilla to concretise the concept and we came up with our Inheritance Challenge

Pebble Soup, the content:
I try to post three times a week. I try to keep the content as broad as I can. Some is related to reviews, some is recipes or give-aways. Time to time, other bloggers are invited to post. It's opinionated, honest and hopefully always entertaining. It is a journey through time and places using food as the medium.

I named my blog Pebble Soup after the Stone Soup story

I accept items and/or books to review and I am happy to be invited to events or on press trips.
email me at pebblesoup (at) gmail (dot) com

One of my resolution in 2016 is to better the comment box in the meantime
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