Shropshire’s Big Curry for a Big Cause!

By Roving Reporter
Big Curry Shropshire

The County of Shropshire showed its support for its local soldiers by holding a curry competition to raise money for The Soldiers’ Charity.

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The Tiffin Cup

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Tiffin Cup

MP’s celebrate the nation’s curry houses with this year’s Tiffin Cup competition

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Sky’s the limit for the Birmingham Curry!

By Roving Reporter
Sky's the Limit with the Birmingham Curry!

An exciting competition has been held by top Executives at Birmingham Airport in an attempt to locate the very finest curry from within the city walls.

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Curry in a Hurry – Guinness World Record Attempt!

By Roving Reporter

Newport student and former SU President, Rhys Bain is celebrating victory following a challenge from the University of Glamorgan in a world record, curry eating attempt.

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English Curry Awards 2012

By the editor

So they’re back – the English Curry Awards will take place for their second year in Manchester this September. The question is why?

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Birmingham Balti worthy of EU Protection… Or simply a glorified PR stunt?

By Roving Reporter

We expect you will have heard of Stilton Blue Cheese, Cumberland Sausages or the Cornish Pasty… but how about the Birmingham Balti?

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Bradford at the top of the list for Curry Capital 2012?

By Jenni

Being born as a British Asian, I have enjoyed a curry almost every night with my family, from as far back as I can remember, which is probably why I only enjoy eating spicy food. But when I think about going out for a curry..

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Scottish Curry Awards 2012

By Jenni

The winners of this year’s Scottish Curry Awards have been revealed….

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Nina Wadia and Cyrus Todiwala cook up a storm at the Curry for Change campaign!

By Roving Reporter

The UK based charity, Find Your Feet has launched its latest exciting campaign to support poor families in rural parts of India,Nepal, Malawi and Zimbabwe.

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Michelin Stars and AA Rosettes explained

By Jenni

Here we’re taking a look at the crème de la crème of food standard awards, namely Michelin Stars and AA Rosettes.

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Curried Goat for the Jamaican Olympic team

By Jenni

Jamaican athletes will have some of their finest native cuisine flown 5,000 miles to the UK, including curried goat and yam.

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Ignorance to veggies costs catering industry billions!

By Roving Reporter
The Vegetarian Society

Many of us would agree that Indian restaurants provide a better range of vegetarian curries on their menus than some of our favourite cafés, restaurants or workplace canteens.

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