It’s that time of year again – the Curry Capital of Britain 2011 will be run in association with National Curry Week and gives regions around the country the chance to show exactly why they deserve the title of Curry Capital.Read the full story
There’s lots of exciting news for the curry industry about the growing involvement of supermarkets. Many have started working with curry producers in recent months and we are looking forward to seeing how these relationships developRead the full story
As if curry isn’t already fantastic enough, news has reached us here at Curry Culture that it will soon be powering our central heating. We’re not 100% sure on the scientific side of it, but apparently the government is planning to build a £5m plant in Stockport, Manchester, to break…Read the full story
We were at the first English Curry Awards and overall would give them a 6 out of 10.
Good – food and entertainment was ……..Read the full story
So apparently scientists in Australia have found a link between fenugreek and the male sex drive!Read the full story
In this article we describe some of the health benefits of many of the most common ingredients in Indian dishes including vegetables and the most popular spicesRead the full story
Indian cuisine is renowned for its sophisticated use of exotic spices and herbs in its dishes. Rice and pulses combined with rich spices such as chilli pepper, black mustard seed, cumin, turmeric, fenugreek, ginger, coriander and asafoetida form the staple ingredients in most dishes.Read the full story