Fresh India by Meera Sodha

By the editor /

There are plenty of recipe books available today but it’s always great to receive a new one, so when my son got me a copy of Fresh India by Meera Sodha, it was top marks to him. This is a brilliant vegetarian recipe book and although I am not a vegetarian I have always enjoyed “no meat” dishes and Indian food presents you with a huge variety of extremely tasty choices. I also like to read a recipe book, not just flick a specific page, so it’s always nice when the author has taken the trouble to expand the contents over and above the recipe pages themselves and Meera has…

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Community Comfort

Community Comfort

By the editor /

We’ve just made a donation and got our copy of Community Comfort and you should too. For a small (or big) donation – it’s your choice – you get 100 great recipes covering breakfast, soups, meat dishes, veggie dishes, you name it they’ve got it covered. And this isn’t some poorly put together back of a cigarette packet recipe book either. First impressions are excellent, nice photos, well laid out, clear recipes and wow what a choice. 140 pages of wonderfullness to try from some brilliant chefs, both professional and home based. I am particularly looking forward to having a bash at the Swahili Pilau Rice because that just sounds…

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Dishoom Recipe Book Review

By the editor /

There seems to be a new recipe book published every day at the moment as we all turn ourselves into culinary wizards, or not, depending on your dedication to the kitchen.

Perhaps this is the influence of Bake Off and Master Chef, but either way I have invested in a few of the latest Indian recipe books and will review them over the next few weeks to let you know if, in my opinion, they’re any good or not for the average amateur chef.

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Chaat-tastic Tamarind Sauce

By Roving Reporter

A few weeks ago we received a product to review – “Chaat-tastic Tamarind Sauce“. We gave it a go and here is what we thought. The story of  Chaat-tastic is…

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British Pie Week

By Roving Reporter

Happy British Pie Week everyone! We all know the British are keen on pies – Meat & Potato, Cheese & Onion, Steak & Kidney… so what better way to show your love for pies than celebrating them during British Pie Week?

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Spicentice Rubs

By Jenni

Spicentice is a family run business that produces spice kits in a variety of cuisines from Indian to Jamaican, herb & spice rubs in handy tins and real Indian fruit chutneys. One of the Curry Culture team recently tested their Tandoori spice rub….

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The Apps War

By Roving Reporter

Today we investigate some of the various curry-related iPhone and smartphone apps to see how well they work. We are only reviewing the free ones today because we know that you may want to “try before you buy”….

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Curry Sauces

Ruby June’s Curry Sauces

By the editor

So several weeks ago we received a batch of Cornish Curry sauces. As you can imagine, as the area is better known for its Rick Stein fish dishes and pasties, we were sceptical at first. But how wrong were we?

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The Garlic Farm Peach & Mango Chutney

By the editor

All the way from the Isle of White, this excellent Mango Chutney was a big hit at Curry Culture HQ.

As the name implies this chutney contains both mangos and peaches and so is ideal for those who like their chutney on the sweet side.

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