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Postcards from Tibet

We’ve been bringing you weekly insights into daily life in Tibet since 2016. These “postcards” give some context to our food, and why we do what we do. They are a glimpse of Yeshi’s other world and his experience adapting to life here in the UK.

In 2019 Julie won the Yan-Kit So Award for Food Writers on Asia, a prize that is awarded every two years to an emerging writer who enhances our understanding and appreciation of Asian food culture.

Our debut cookbook, Taste Tibet, was published by Murdoch Books in 2022. If you have enjoyed our Postcards from Tibet over the years we think you will love our cookbook, which is a mix of family recipes and stories from our Himalayan home.

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Momos and Moët

Zoom in and you will be able to make out the blue premises license application on the front door: The strange twists and turns of

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The Road to Posh

Our new posh digs on Magdalen Road feel really quite surreal. There has been nothing posh about our set up in the nearly seven years

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Karma and Reincarnation

Reproduced from www.pictureoxon.org.uk, refs POX0600855 and POX0600854. Even if you know very little about Tibet you may know that most Tibetan people are Buddhists, and

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109 Magdalen Road

Yeshi and I met on a mountain path in northern India on Friday 13th November 2009. For as long as we’ve been together it has

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COVID Planning

As COVID cases rise around the country and shops and restaurants struggle to keep abreast of the ever-changing rules and regulations that affect us at

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Missive From Magdalen Road

Argh! Anyone else out there enjoying the challenge that is opening new walls during a lockdown? Here’s the thing. We have this fabulous made-new building

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Doing The Donkey Work

Our kids, a product of mum and dad of course, are not the most conventional of children. They are reluctant to accept direction and rules,

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Holiday Feels

We are off blackberry picking at the weekend (or maybe lavender if we are lucky, and if the COVID situation allows). We never usually get

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Plastic-Free Pleasure

At our stall and pop ups we have always encouraged people to bring their own reusable food containers. A money-back deal makes this offer pretty

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Taste Tibet Update 2

The Taste Tibet summer festival tent is getting an airing! We are not expecting any festival action this year, but here is an interim solution

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Taste Tibet Update

A snapshot of our lives right now. We are building up to a really exciting summer of events (those currently confirmed include the Hay-on-Wye Literature

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