Seasoned Pioneers used on Delia through the Decades on BBC2!

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Seasoned Pioneers used on Delia through the Decades on BBC2…!
In the TV series Delia through the Decades on Monday evening, Delia used our Cardamom Masala in her recipe for Shami Kebabs from her book, ‘How to Cheat at Cooking’. If you missed it you can watch online at BBCi (if you wish, you can skip straight to where Delia makes the recipe from 19 minutes into the program).

In her book, How to Cheat at Cooking, (published in 2008), Delia used no less than ten of Seasoned Pioneers spice blends and seasonings in her easy to make recipes. In the accompanying BBC TV series Delia actually filmed with us here at Seasoned Pioneers!
Seasoned Pioneers Seasonings used by Delia:

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Seasoned Pioneers’ Spices used by Delia

Read the press coverage in The Observer and Daily Telegraph

Delia Smith, an iconic figure in the culinary world, has left an indelible mark on the landscape of British cooking over the decades. Born on June 18, 1941, in Woking, Surrey, Delia has become synonymous with reliable and accessible home cooking, earning her the title of the “queen of cooking” in the United Kingdom.

Delia’s culinary journey began in the 1960s when she started working as a food writer and later as the cookery writer for the Daily Mirror. Her breakthrough came in 1969 with the publication of her first cookbook, “How to Cheat at Cooking,” which focused on practical tips and shortcuts for busy home cooks. This laid the foundation for her approachable style, emphasizing simplicity without compromising on flavor.

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Delia continued to build her culinary empire. Her television career took off with shows like “Family Fare” and “Delia Smith’s Cookery Course,” making her a household name. Her cookbooks, including the immensely popular “Delia Smith’s Complete Cookery Course,” became bestsellers, guiding generations of home cooks with clear instructions and reliable recipes.

In the 1990s, Delia embraced the digital age, launching her own website and becoming one of the first celebrity chefs to embrace online platforms. This move allowed her to reach a new audience and adapt to changing culinary landscapes.

Delia’s influence reached its zenith in the 2000s when she played a crucial role in reviving Norwich City Football Club. Her investment and dedication to the club endeared her to fans, and the “Delia effect” was credited with boosting the team’s fortunes.

As we enter the new decade, Delia Smith’s legacy endures. Her impact on British cooking is immeasurable, and her timeless recipes continue to inspire both seasoned chefs and aspiring home cooks. Delia’s ability to evolve with the times while maintaining the core values of simplicity and accessibility has solidified her place as a culinary icon through the decades.

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