10 facts you might not know about curry

By Roving Reporter
Curry Culture

Curry has become an iconic and favourite dish in British society over the past few decades. We all have our favourites on what to order when dining out. Curry is as diverse as it is delicious, and there are plenty of interesting facts about curry that you probably didn’t know.…

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Zest Quest Asia 2019

By the editor

Good to see Cyrus Todiwala continuing to help British students build their Asian cookery skills. This really is the only route to a sustainable supply of great talent on the UK. If we always rely on overseas chefs being brought in to fill the skills gaps the industry will always…

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Curry for Change

By the editor

Read More About:We are Here to Talk About CurrySri Lankan Chicken CurryThe History of CurryHow Many Curry Houses are there in the UK?Railway Lamb CurryNational Curry week is here

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Restaurants in Crisis. Really?

By the editor

So last week I got a press release announcing the opening of the nominations of the Asian Curry Awards. Nothing strange there, I’ve received lots of these and have been invited to the awards before. But as I read the release it made me feel uneasy about the direction the…

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Eat Curry – Get Cleverer

By the editor

Read More About:Sri Lankan Chicken CurryNational Curry week is hereChicken CurryCurry Powder MixTandoori Lamb CurryDutch Curry?

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UK’s Top 30 Asian & Oriental Chefs are feted at House of Commons

By the editor

The nation’s favourite Asian and Oriental chefs, as determined by popular public vote, have been announced by the Asian Catering Federation [ACF]. The top thirty were invited to a special presentation ceremony being held in the Terrace Pavilion of the House of Commons on Monday 15th May 2017. The event…

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National Curry Week 2016

By Roving Reporter

National Curry Week has finally arrived, the celebration of over 200 years worth of great curry in the United Kingdom runs from the 10th – 16th October. This week never fails to bring out the best on offer across the nation, and we thought, why not give you; the reader,…

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Our tribute to Peter Grove

By Roving Reporter
peter grove passed

Peter Grove (74) has suddenly passed away on 15th June. He was on holiday with his wife on Gran Canaria when he suffered a fatal heart attack. Peter was the founder of National Curry Week and the Curry Tree Foundation, which have raised funds for several charities since they’ve been…

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Fasting and praying. What do Muslims eat during Ramadan?

By Roving Reporter
ramadan food

The holy month of Ramadan started yesterday Monday 6th for over 1.2 billion Muslims all around the world. Faithful Muslims will spend every day of the holy month fasting and praying from dawn to sunset, in order to purify the soul and get closer to God. But what are the…

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Taking care of customers is a duty, not an option

By Roving Reporter
food allergy laws

Two years after the sad event, yesterday justice has been served for Mr. Paul Wilson and his family. Paul, who suffered from a severe peanut allergy, died from anaphylactic shock after eating a take away meal from an Indian restaurant in North Yorkshire on January 2014. The curry house owner,…

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5 incredible benefits of curry powder

By Roving Reporter
curry benefits

Maybe the benefits on health are not the main reasons why we love curry powder so much but that’s it. The tasty powder is also a magic powder, apparently. Curry is made up of several ingredients that may vary depending on the region. Usually these are: coriander, turmeric, cumin, cardamom, mustard,…

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Our tribute to Tim Bacon

By Roving Reporter

Tim Bacon passed away last Friday 29 April, after a long battle with cancer. He was the founder and Chairman of Living Ventures, the successful company owning many popular bar and restaurants in Manchester, such as Artisan, Australasia and Gusto. From Tanzania, where he had spent his childhood, to the North…

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