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The Food My Mother used to make

Recipes and stories




Tunisian Shakshuka


Keema Muttar

Food is a powerful force that connects us to our memories, our heritage, and our communities. It has the ability to evoke deep emotions and memories, and to create a sense of comfort and belonging. When we share food, we share not only sustenance, but also a sense of connection and community.

“The Food My Mother Used to Make” is an extension of this idea – a celebration of the power of food to bring people together and to honour our cultural heritage. By sharing original recipes and stories, we aim to preserve and celebrate the traditions that have been passed down through generations.

These stories and recipes have the power to transport us back in time, to a different era and a different place. They remind us of the flavours and aromas of our childhoods, and of the people and places that are intertwined with these memories. They also provide us with a connection to our cultural heritage, and a sense of pride in our traditions and history.

In addition to preserving these traditions, we also believe in the importance of adapting them to meet the needs of modern diets and health concerns. By offering healthier versions of these classic dishes, we hope to promote health and wellness while also honouring the traditions and flavours that we hold dear.

But beyond the physical benefits of healthy eating, we believe that food has the power to impact us on a deeper level. It can bring us joy, comfort, and a sense of belonging. It can create new memories and traditions, and foster a sense of community and togetherness.

At Blossom, we are committed to creating a community that celebrates the power of food to connect us and bring us joy. We welcome everyone to join us on this journey, to share their own stories and recipes, and to explore the beauty and richness of food together.