Welcome to SUE'S KITCHEN.
Accessible recipes, useful information & tips on cooking for blind & visually impaired people. by Sue Pallett. Updated 2012!
Cookery Guide Homepage.
Thank you for visiting. There have been some new updates for 2010 so please do explore and come back soon..
In December 2009 I added a new Audio review of the Breville Hot Cup. Listen via this link (Duration 16'38")
In 2008 Sues Kitchen featured on Insight Radio,
with a whole series of audio recipes! Click here to
listen to some recordings from Sues Kitchen on Insight Radio, in mp3 format
Click here find out about my limited edition Sue's Kitchen Teapot Keyrings!
Index of Cookery Guide pages
Page 1: Introduction & Welcome
Page 2: Measurement Conversion lists
Page 3: Kitchen Equipment & Utensils
Page 4: Glossary of preparation techniques & cooking methods
Page 5: Preparing fruit and vegetables
Page 6: Recipes Section (Updated Regularly!)
Page 7: Photo Gallery (updated!)
Sue's Cookery Links Page (New!)
"Cooking for Christmas" Special seasonal recipes page
NOT TOO LATE CHRISTMAS CAKE recipe
Special recipe for Yorkshire Pudding, from the late Chris Cant
HOW DO I DO THAT? A special section to help those new to blindness, with simple tasks!
TAFN (The Accessible Friends Network) Home Page
Hello, I’m Sue Pallett. Welcome to my virtual kitchen where I hope you will find something tasty to cook. All my recipes are original and have been created by me personally and are thoroughly tried and tested, therefore do not infringe any copyright.
I am a blind person from birth and I began cooking at the age of eight in 1961, first of all being taught to make sandwiches and simple breakfast dishes. I was hooked right from the start and fell in love with all the wonderful aromas and the thrill of creating things to eat right from scratch! That was in the days before all the convenience foods we have around to help us out now! Over the years at school, cookery was taught properly, thoroughly and traditionally, thus I received a complete grounding in all basic cooking techniques and styles. After school, during college and even beyond, I took courses in specific subjects, such as cake making, Italian cooking and traditional British fare, gaining certificated recognition from my local catering college.
Now that I have access to specialist technology and the web space I would love nothing more than to share just a little of my love and joy in turning raw ingredients into completed meals with you so that we can have fun and a chat along the way while we cook together. My recipes are many and varied, from traditional British food, through to spicy and continental cuisine. There is also a section on one pot cooking! Many recipes contain tips which through my own experience, I feel will help people with little or no sight prepare some of the dishes more easily. I have also included a list of abbreviations, terms and an explanation of cooking methods used throughout the recipes.
Neither the Accessible Friends Network or myself, will be held responsible for any personal injury, damage to equipment or failure to achieve the expected results, while preparing or cooking any of these recipes. The text and digital images on this page are copyrighted and may not be sold or reproduced without prior written permission.
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TAFN is a UK registered charity operating over the internet to provide computer training, support and social activities for blind and visually impaired people worldwide. This page & all pages at www.tafn.org.uk copyright The Accessible Friends Network and it's individual members 2003-2012.
Text and digital images on this page are copyright Sue Pallett. Coded by Leon Gilbert.
The majority of our activities take place via Accessible Private VoIP Conferencing. To contact T A F N please Email us