Well, firstly we hope everyone reading this hasn’t been too badly affected by the events up and down the UK over the last few days. We shan’t dwell but we certainly did have a few apprehensive days here in London.
We did however, also have a busy week of supperclubbing which we thoroughly enjoyed and hope our guests did too. The table was filled with lovely, lively, friendly people for which we say thank you to everyone for two great evenings!
Over the space of two weekends we created and served some of our popular dishes and new creations. We used Fenugreek leaves for the first time to create our Aloo Methi, a potato dish…..
Lamb Kebab stuffed with spicy Spinach went down a treat too……
We had a very international feel as well. Guests who were travelling around the UK and Europe had come as far as Boston and Las Vegas, USA. Obviously not just to be part of Joginder’s Supperclub but they had looked us up before setting off, so it is really nice to think that our food is enticing people from across the big pond! Conversations about scuba diving, paramedic training, cooking, theatre, television production, food blogging and photography engulfed the table all evening. It was another one where I did my best not to interrupt by trying to lean across the table discreetly to pick bowls and plates up – now I’ve got to go back and read that phrase…how can anyone, least of all me lean across a table without being noticed??? Well you know what I mean….
Anyway back to the food……
I had to take a moment to say thank you to my boyfriend’s dad Dennis, who has his own very impressive vegetable plot somewhere in the countryside in the lovely county of Essex. He always gives us fresh produce to use from beetroot to rhubarb to courgette. Take a look at the picture below which could quite honestly be in the running for a rosette as this years biggest courgette – put it this way it made enough to fill five dishes in one sitting!
We had a guest who was gluten free and we were really pleased that she could eat everything on the menu as we had plenty of time to create a suitable menu for everyone!
Our fresh fruit platter is a palate cleansing end to the meal followed by our own Masala Chai and very tasty (but not to eat everyday!) Indian sweets….
Thank you so much to all our guests once again. It was lovely to meet everyone and welcome back some regulars too! Remember our door is always open when you are next on your travels!
Our next supperclub is on Saturday 3rd September, we have a few places left so please do email us to book yours!
We look forward to cooking for you….
See you at the table!
Saira & Rani x
This October sees our two year anniversary of Joginder’s Supperclub. We will be hosting an anniversary supperclub. The menu will be really special with some old favourites (let us know what you have enjoyed over the last two years) and some dishes we are working on at the moment. Places will still be limited to 12 so watch this space for the next date!