Anjalina Chugani – chef, entrepreneur & author of Soul Spices

Since the recipe book Soul Spices came out in November 2016, Pescetarian Pleasures has seen Anjalina Chugani everywhere! We wanted to get an insight into what made this chef such a pioneer in cooking with spice! Anjalina was born in London and moved to Bangalore at the age of 13. She travelled extensively and lived abroad…

Pescetarian Pleasures meets Barcino Brewers

Barcino Brewers began in 2011, on a rooftop in El Gòtico. It started with 3 friends, who were bored of the beers available, here in Barcelona. They brewed beers for themselves to enjoy and to supply their own bars at the time. It has grown and expanded since then and they now offer 4 different beers, named…

Fish ´n´chips cookies (chocolate & chilli)

For me, chocolate and chilli is a great combination! I think they are 2 flavours which compliment each other nicely, and they taste great in this spiced cookie! The quantity in this recipe makes enough for around 50 cookies. So what are you waiting for, give them a try! Ingredients: 350g plain flour 150g brown…

Pescetarian Pleasures Launch Event

I´m so excited still, I feel like I could fly! Saturday 4th March we held a Pescetarian Pleasures launch night at El Casal Cafe, to celebrate the start of my great food adventure! There were art installations on the night from the talented artist Lisa Rubin. She decorated the tables with a series of collages, all…

Pavlova – with seasonal fruits

The Pavlova is a tried and tested classic; always a lovely light way to end a meal. They say this dessert comes from Australia and you can imagine, with all that heat, the last thing you crave is a big, sticky dessert. My happiest memory of Pavlova was in a small Swiss village. It was served as…

Blood orange coulis

This post is a bit of a nod to my love of this fine fruit, the blood orange! I´m always super excited when they come into season, forgetting about how great they taste, they are just so damn good to look at! The deep crimson colour that seems to seep through to the outer peel,…

A Calçotada in Gavá

With the same family of friends we usually go away with to Vinaixa, we decided to do our own calçotada, a little closer to home. ´A calçotada, what is that?´…I hear some of you say! Well a calçot is a vegetable (think cross between a spring onion and a leek). They´re in full season here…