Cheeky is our vision to prove that simple, handmade, wholesome, while being good for you is also mouthwateringly delicious!

We make the yummiest chutneys, pickles and savoury sprinkles based on old family recipes, that have made their way between the kitchen and dinner table for generations. Each has a story of its own and will no doubt result in many more, as you share them with your family and friends.

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Our coconut, peanut and sesame sprinkles are the perfect food topper on salads, soups, stir-fry and veggies in general - a great way of jazzing up everyday meals and making them more delicious. 90% plus seeds and nuts with an array of spices - makes healthy eating so much easier and more interesting - now 25% off on our notonthehighstreet shop !! ... See MoreSee Less

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DISCLAIMER - long personal post. First of all a very happy new year to all of you cheeky peeps out there. Wishing you a fantastic year ahead. I finished this year with a long late evening walk by myself - a rare one in the middle of juggling work, family and home - and had the time to reflect on this last year gone by - it was not so long ago when I was just starting out on my entrepreneurial Cheeky Chutneys adventure - an attempt to rediscover myself after quitting the corporate life and choosing to be with my kids full time. I started out with so much self doubt and uncertainty but when I look back on my journey now, everything - every opportunity that I sought but never got or the ones I never sought yet got, each yes or no from customers and buyers, each burnt lot of garlic or tamarind chutney too thin, every order I packed and dispatched away - the whole jig has helped me reach this point that I have. And in this moment I feel like I am exactly where I need to be- neither too far ahead nor behind - at peace with my strengths and weaknesses - just that super light feeling of floating through the days. I am truly grateful for my life and the people in it and wish an even 'lighter', 'floatier' 2017 for me and all of you. Well that was a long one and you could blame it on the reflective walk or the few glasses of tequila I have had since - ha what more can I say - happy new year lovely lot. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wishing all our friends, family, customers and supporters a very Happy Christmas and cheekilicious New Year.
We started a reverse advent calendar in our Cheeky warehouse on the 1st, filling up a box with one food item each day. This now looks bountiful and ready to take to our local food bank.
This year has been a year of growth, ups and downs, telling myself I couldn't do it anymore to proving myself worthy in ways more than I believed.
I am truly thankful to each and everyone of you for your endless support and encouragement and here's hoping for loads of rest, food and family time for all of us.
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** The_Ealinger - 19 Dec - Issue 51 **

Our Christmassy issue - with a few lights, a few shoppers, and a bit of feel-good - read online at:

Page 1: there's a house on Eccleston Road in West Ealing (north of Broadway, turn down by Juniper school uniform shop), which has been lighting up for Christmas for the past 20 years. It's on our cover this week. If you're going to visit, please take a few coins to drop into the collection box for a children's charity

Pages 2-3: Ealing Common resident Laura Drewell is compliance manager at Care Concern (Homecare) Ltd, and explains what the homecare company's "Outstanding" rating from the Care Quality Commission means for clients.

Pages 4-5: exciting times for Eat Me Drink Me's Kate McKenzie, as she launched her first W5 Night Market last weekend, with some fabulous stalls, and a visit from Santa Claus who I'm afraid was upstaged by his fabulous reindeer. Good to see local businesses Just Another Slice, Cheeky Food Co., Charlotte Berridge Studio and The Dodo Micropub, and to run into visitors Jon Ball and Michael Greer. Plus there was a nice bit of singing from Amuse Bouche - Live Covers Band, London.

Page 6: we did get down to some serious business (i.e. non-Christmas fun) this week, as the Manifesto Workshop for the Ealing Blueprint West Ealing Workspace hub was run by Projects Office, who are working on the redesign of the hub space. Some great ideas put forward and discussed by 20 or so attendees including Arty At OpenEaling, Catalyst Housing Ltd., Darren Moore, Désiré Roberts, and Dominic de Bourg. If you'd like to have a say, please visit this link:

Page 7: Joanna Dudzinska visits the London Sangaki bakery on Leeland Road, West Ealing.

Page 8: Following on last week's Q&A with Andrew Mcleay in The_Ealinger, the West Ealing community came together to fund-raise for the Ealing Soup Kitchen, with a dinner at OPEN Ealing and live show from local band Chasing Deer. £128 was raised towards the purchase of sleeping bags for the homeless.

Page 9: We finished up this issue with a bit of dog-loving in Pitshanger Park:

Page 10: Networking news

See you next Monday for our last edition for 2016. Remember that The_Ealinger goes monthly in 2017, and will be out on the last Monday of each month.

Please support the magazine by adding your email address to our subscription list:

Thank you.
- Carlene Bender
Contactus - magazines promoting Ealing businesses
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We'll be sampling our Gluten-Free, Vegan and no added sugar seeds and nuts sprinkles As Nature Intended - natural foods Chiswick store.
Saturday, 10th December 12-4pm.
Please come in for your cheeky fix!!
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