Pamela Lalbachan

I am a published food writer of The Complete Caribbean Cookbook, Lansdowne Publishing, Sydney, Australia, 1994. I taught my own cookery classes for over 20 years in Sydney and London in a range of cuisines. The highlights were teaching at the Sydney Seafood School, Sydney and at Divertimenti, Marylebone and Chelsea. I have worked in catering for a couple of years as well as food related media. I stopped food-related work to have a family and worked in media and broadcasting, predominantly for BBC Radio 4 programming. I recently te-trained and work as a solicitor. Since lockdown, I have resumed my passion for food and writing and have my own food blog which talks about food, history and politics, and includes recipes: https://theisolatedchef.wordpress.com/2020/09/06/a-peoples-art-is-the-genesis-of-their-freedom-claudia-jones/?fbclid=IwAR1Px2NXW99rHcM0hY5oBYqZ5BwD9DNpKhoEBDdDAm8cva8q5RDzdfWzwCw

Special subjects

Caribbean, Spanish tapas, Latin American food and South East Asian cookery

Languages spoken

Spanish to degree level

Regular work

I am undertaking paid work in the legal profession. Currently, I write a food blog (with recipes) with a view to publishing again and moving towards paid work.

Advisory boards / Awards

Justice First Fellowship Award

Pamela  Lalbachan

Published