Ruby & Pickles is an Indian-inspired supperclub that I co-founded in 2016. We run unique food events across London having popped up everywhere from a canal boat in Victoria Park to a cafe in Peckham.
Photos by Bhavin Bhadresa ©.
Over the past year I've been working with vegan gal pal Charlie-May on projects promoting vegan education and awareness. The aim is to bring veganism to the masses and enable them to understand that it is accessible and sustainable.
Our first venture was serving up delicious, hearty rainbow boxes plus healthy but decadent cakes and desserts at Leicester Vegan Market in June.
We also hosted a Carnage screening in June 2017 at Deptford Cinema. The screening was following be a panel including Mike Hill from One Planet Pizza, Tsouni Cooper of Yes It's All Vegan instagram and actor Will Rastall.
In Sept 2017 we hosted a plant-based zero waste dinner at Space at 61 in Brockley/Nunhead utilising food surplus that would have otherwise gone to waste from charity FareShare and Lewisham fruit and veg market.
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My 'day job' is as Operation Managers for SpiceBox - London's leading vegan Indian street food business.
My role involves overseeing logistics, budgets, project management and marketing plus working at some events and festivals.
Looking for delicious catering for an event, party, wedding or just cause you can't be bothered cooking? Then get in touch.
Previous clients include catering for cafes, weddings and private parties. Summer 2018 I will be catering for a yoga retreat in the south of France!
All food is plant-based and can be designed to fit your needs - whether that's a banquet feast or a classic summer picnic.
Get in touch via the contact me form to chat requirements.
I am a freelance writer and regularly write for Metro.co.uk covering veganism, food, culture, travel and lifestyle.
You can view all my articles at Metro.co.uk.
I am available for freelance writing, social media and press work.
I have a food blog at www.saretaskitchen.wordpress.com. It is long overdue an update but still has some brilliant content if you're looking for straightforward plant-based recipes or even some advice on veganism plus some travel reviews.