Silk Route food memoir by Shayma Saadat – The Spice Spoon
I had the honour of being interviewed in my capacity as a food blogger for The Saturday Post – here is the full feature.
Congratulations on the lovely article Shayma ! Your blog deserves all this recognition and praise and much much more 🙂
Great interview Shayma! I can´t wait to make the saffron rice!
Many Congratulations Shayma! You must be one very creative Economist:)
Loved your message for the readers – keeping Valrhona’s Guarana in the bedside drawer!
Shayma, that was a beautiful piece! Congratulations, you deserve to be featured. The more I read your stories, the more I realize how your life resembles mine. I am so happy to have found you! You have made me live through your experiences and your relatives are like mine:)
congrats(: I’ve always loved and enjoyed your blog, not just the photos, which are really gorgeous, but the style in which you write, the way you transport me to a totally different place and time, all the while also tantalising my tastebuds with your beautiful food. a friend mentioned your blog, and when I linked over then I was hooked. never really posted a comment before, I don’t know why, but thought I’d finally drop you a line to say congrats and to keep up your brilliant work.
Congratulation my lovely – what a brilliant article. Catching up on your beautiful blog and delicious recipes. x
What a terrific feature, you must be so excited. It was great to learn more about the genius behind The Spice Spoon!
Congratulation on the interview, and thank you for the amazing work….
Shayma, that was a beautiful piece! Congratulations, you deserve to be featured.
You’ve managed a first class post
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