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Indian Cookery Course with the RNIB

Indian Cookery Course with the RNIB

Last weekend I went along to an exciting new project launched by some volunteers as part of the RNIB, a charity aimed at supporting people living with sight loss. It was an Indian cookery lesson, run by a lady called Kim Jaye, who like myself 

Talking Microwave

Talking Microwave

One of the few pieces of equipment that I have in my kitchen specifically designed for blind people to use is my talking microwave. Microwaves can be very tricky to use if you can’t see, as they involve altering settings and times. The more modern 

Making a Cup of Tea

Making a Cup of Tea

One of the first things I remember getting taught to do in the kitchen was to safely make a cup of tea. Now I know this seems a very simple task, but have you ever tried doing it with your eyes closed? How do you 

Weighing and Measuring

Weighing and Measuring

In Cooking Without Sight I briefly touch on how I both weigh and measure my ingredients when cooking. In this post I thought I would go in to a little more detail. Weighing ingredients these days is far easier than it used to be  if