French cars and exotic foods are the spice of life for Israeli-born chef Riki Kaspi, who has her own range of Moroccan-inspired products and runs the The Cooking Professor culinary school in Mt Hawthorn.
What are you driving and why did you buy it?
A Peugeot 208. It is my little romantic, chic, red French baby. I love everything French, from food to music, movies, the country, Paris … everything!
What’s your dream car?
APeugeot sport cabriolet — red, of course — because I’d look cool with my sunglasses, wind blowing through my hair. It’s the stuff of movies.
What was your first car?
My first car was a 1965 Volkswagen Beetle — the ultimate Israeli “push to start” Tel Aviv car for a poor, young, beautiful and happy student. Those were the days!
What annoys you most about other motorists?
Drivers who are indecisive on the road. It’s frustrating and dangerous.
What’s your favourite driving music?
I prefer a podcast. A bit of spiritual talk, like yogi and mystic Sadhguru, who has the Isha Foundation, will keep me positive and happy — and it certainly inspires my cooking.