Passionate about locally sourced organic produced and home cooked food. Anu’s childhood memories are filled with the joy of growing up in her mother’s kitchen – the proverbial heart of an Indian home. As a child, the act of churning homemade butter for ghee, pounding herbs, filling in jars of chutney, rolling out dough, eating golden brown jaggery was the norm. Anu grew up believing that food was a display of love rather than just for sustenance.

As a qualified health coach and currently studying to a complete an Ayurvedic health coaching course, Anu has been on a journey evaluating her own health and importance of going back to her roots.

‘In India, ghee has always been a sacred and a celebrated symbol of nourishment and healing; especially in the daily rituals of cooking and worship. Vast, complex, festive menus, lavish spreads and feasts were a regular part of our life. A recent discovery that my great grandmother exported homemade ghee to Burma was a weird and wonderful coincidence.’

Family, friends, travelling, dancing & reading bring her joy. Yoga, headspace & crystals are her current obsessions.



Michelle, is a mother of two energetic boys and a cyclist husband.

She was born into a big and beautiful Lebanese family in South Africa where she spent most of her weekends helping to prepare family meals.

Wholesome, home cooked food was the centre of every family gathering where the fragrant, irresistible smell and overwhelming tastes were a firm and happy memory. Food is all about love, and there was a lot of love.

After studying business management, Michelle started her career in setting up and establishing private medical clinics. Although our family is spread all over the world, cooking is still a deep passion and shared with so many friends.

Favourite Quote “Always go with your passion. Never ask yourself if it is realistic or not” Deepak Chopra

With her hysterical sense of humour and comic timing - Michelle could’ve had an incredible alternative stand up career.