Mya Restaurant plans to make the most of Leap Day

By Roving Reporter

Situated in the fashionable commercial quay in Leith, Edinburgh Mya has over ten years experience with both Thai and Indian cuisine….

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Britain’s home-grown talent

By Roving Reporter

Recession, belt- tightening, budget restrictions- these are words that we hear pretty much everyday on the news. Since his election in 2010, David Cameron has been following the ConDem austerity programme and alongside the budget cuts they are committed to cutting immigration to tens of thousands by the next election….

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The Indian restaurant ChennaiDosa to create 25 jobs in the North West

By Roving Reporter

As we are sure residents of Stretford will admit, the area is not usually recognised as THE place to be in Manchester and the Mall itself has struggled in recent years so we applaud Chennai Dosa’s efforts …

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Sharwood’s are after your family jewels

By Roving Reporter

Premier Foods, owner of Sharwood’s,  the Asian sauces and accompaniments brand, launches a TV campaign this week to help restore company growth. Their strategy is to double their marketing spend to more than £50 million in 2012* to be more competitive and to boost sales. Michael Clarke from Premier Foods, said: “It’s clear that we haven’t invested enough in marketing compared with our competitors. I’m committed to changing that.”… Let’s hope that this campaign will be more successful than the 2003 Sharwood’s one for ” Bundh“** the “deliciously rich” sauces based on a traditional northern Indian method of cooking. It turned out that the name of their product “Bundh” has another meaning in…

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You have got to be “in it to win it” – but that doesn’t mean…

By the editor

The British Curry Awards organisers are quite rightly annoyed at the Garden of India restaurant in Darlington who appear to have awarded themselves “Best in the North East 2011” without actually having gone to the trouble of winning the award.

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Staff can damage your health

By the editor

Nothing to do with curry but a warning to all restaurants from this story of Papa John’s the Popular US pizza chain. They were forced to fire a cashier at a New York City restaurant and had to apologise profusely when the employee referred to an Asian-American customer as “lady chinky eyes” on her receipt.

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Curry College

By Jenni

Ever considered classes in curry-making? Well Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has plans to open a specialist training school for more British people to learn the art of cooking curry.

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Hang your head in shame

By the editor
Man is carrying his digital photo camera

Yes we condemn the ridiculous competition that left 2 people in hospital and condemns Asian food to another round of ridicule.

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Curry Capital of Britain 2011

By Jenni

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.

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Supermarket stars

By Jenni

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 develop

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English Curry Awards

By the editor
English Curry Awards

We were at the first English Curry Awards and overall would give them a 6 out of 10.

Good – food and entertainment was ……..

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