The Melting Pot: The World In Your Kitchen

Today, we live in a Melting Pot of global cuisine. This cookbook is written for those who want to cook the authentic recipes that make up our modern multi-cultural diet, but avoid getting lost on their journey of discovery. The Melting Pot captures the colourful voice of a generation who have grown up with two strong culinary influences in their homes; mothers of foreign origin and modern metro-living. With more than 130 easy to follow recipes from mouth-watering snacks, simple suppers to festive feasts accompanied by history, hints and tips this is a cook book for the truly Epicurious! To pre-order your copies go to

Wednesday, February 21, 2007


The very talented home economist Helen Tillott (co-author of Gordon Ramsay and Gillian McKeith Cookbooks) wonderful photographer Rebecca Dadson (Elle Magazine, assistant to David Loftus on Jamie Oliver, John Burton Race shoots) and I have teamed up to offer a full food team service for magazine articles, books and TV.

The comprehensive FOODonFILM service includes:

Recipe Creation and Testing
Food Writing
Food Styling

From April we will also have a London studio.

For more information please contact us by emailing

Monday, January 29, 2007

Healthy Happy Brides

I have just finished a fun shoot on Gillian McKeiths forthcoming book for Brides. Lots of healthy recipes to make your hair shine, your nails strong and your waistline trim. Look out for it this Easter.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007


Hope everyone had a wonderfully indulgent festive period. I completed the Going Out guide to London for Explorer guide books so can lay low and detox through January along with everyone else out there.

I'll keep you posted with news and views. Good luck for 2007.

Monday, December 11, 2006


Check me out on Food Uncut, UKTV Food Friday 8th December. I'm making Ethiopian festive food as an alternative to stiff and formal Christmas foods. It's all about getting back to the spirit of Christmas, sitting with your friends and family and sharing time together over some tasty but not necessarily complicated food. The recipes for Doro Wat, Ayib be Gomen and Injera are on the Food Uncut website:

Thursday, November 30, 2006

World Food Market 2006

Attended the World Food Market 2006 at Excell Centre London to promote The Melting Pot. It's incredible how many cultures and cuisines we have on our doorstep, we are truly lucky. It was a real celebration of all the things I believe in, and tasty too.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

BBC Good Food Show 2006

The BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham was fantastic fun. Saw my old boss Gordon Ramsay strut his stuff on the stage with Sarge and the rest of the Ramsay crew. Anthony Worral Thompson and Ben O'Donaghue loved the book and said they would push it at their demos too. Let's hope Saturday Kitchen calls soon...

Nadia x

Monday, November 13, 2006


Thanks to everyone who came to the booksigning at Waterstones, Gower Street Branch on Saturday 2nd December from 2pm. We sold out within an hour and my publisher had to give them 3 boxes of new stock to replenish! Here are some photos of the day

Nadia x