Win a copy of Yudhika Sujanani’s Curry Me Home plus a spice hamper for Mother’s Day @JoziStyle @Radio2Day

What is better than Mom’s cooking?

Celebrity chef, author, presenter and owner of the popular Indian restaurant Holi Cow in Fourways Yudhika Sujanani has fond childhood memories of her mother’s cooking, but she also added her own twist on family favourites. She took it one step further when she learnt that people were using her recipes with other people’s spices, so she immediately created her own spice range called ‘Curry Me Home’ to complement her recipe books.

Yudhika has generously offered to give one lucky #JoziStyler a copy of her book accompanied with a hamper of her delicious spices!

To win, simply tell us what is your favourite childhood memory that you associate with your mother’s cooking. (Preferably one that included a herb or spice.)

Competition closes on Saturday, May 10, 2015, at 13:00. Winners will be announced at 14:0!
Prizes can be collected at Holi Cow, 38 Kingfisher Drive, Fourways.

Read our interview with Yudhika Sujanani and visit her blog yudhikayumyum.com

  1. Michelle D.

    For me it’s nutmeg nutmeg nutmeg. My mother used it in everything and I just inherited her taste for it.

  2. Vera McDonald

    I love fresh vanilla. I remember my mother using vanilla essence and I’ve always loved the fragrance and the taste. Now it’s fresh vanilla or nothing.

  3. Ross

    My mom used to make sago with cinnamon. Now whenever I have something with cinnamon in it or smell it, I remember those times having sago with family.

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