Yorkshire Handmade Pies

Review: Yorkshire Hand Made Pies

By the editor /

Not strictly anything to do with curry (although they make a very acceptable Samosa Pie) but I wanted to give a shout out to the people who make these fantastic pies. I moved to Yorkshire a little over a year ago and was lucky enough to find them online. We’ve…

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Gary’s Scotch Bonnet & Mango Sauce

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It’s always nice when someone gives you a present, so today my friend Gary brought in some of his homemade Scotch Bonnet & Mango Sauce. So we immediately hot footed it off to Lily’s to buy some of their excellent samosas to give it a taste test. Here’s what we…

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Nadiya’s Simple Spices – My Points of View!

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So a few days ago I was asked to give some comments on Nadiya’s Simple Spices by the team at BBC’s Points of View. I must have talked a load of rubbish because I didn’t make the programme but more importantly I did buy the recipe book! Anyway enough waffle, here’s what I thought of…

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Lion Stout Beer Review

Lion Stout from Sri Lanka

By the editor

The nice people at KBE Drinks were kind enough to give sample bottle of Lion Stout to try at a recent trade show and although I am not always the…

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Bombay Bicycle Beer Review

Bombay Bicycle Beer Review

By the editor

So the nice people at KBE drinks were kind enough to give me a bottle of Bombay Bicycle IPA to taste at a recent Casual Dining trade show, so as…

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Steenbergs Spice Blends

Steenbergs Spice Blends For Christmas

By the editor

If you are looking for something a little different as a stocking filler these maybe worth trying. I’ve not tested them, or even seen them, I just got their press release and thought it was worth repeating, I leave it to you to discover if they’re any good (or not):…

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Naaantastic T Shirts

By the editor

Curry Themed T Shirts curryculture.co.uk has teamed up with a leading UK design agency to launch a new line of curry themed t-shirts. I know it sounds insane but wait…

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Goa Premium Beer Review

By the editor

So I was recently sent a couple of bottles of Goa premium craft beer to review and as I am partial to a pint or two, this was no great hardship.

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A Brief History of India Pale Ale

By the editor

India Pale Ale (IPA) has seen a huge increase in popularity in the last few years, originally from the craft brewers of America (we can’t laugh at their fizzy rubbish…

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Popular Asian desserts reviewed

By the editor

Many restaurants offer a selection of Asian desserts, frozen or freshly prepared, for those of us who like to finish the meal off with something sweet, so we decided to give some of the most popular a try. Here’s what we thought…

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Hena’s Luxury Chocolates review

By Jenni

We all rate a meal experience on the food, service and atmosphere but do restaurant branded chocolates influence our opinion?

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Sainsbury's chicken tikka masala

Chicken tikka masala – Taste test

By Roving Reporter

Chicken tikka masala is one of the most popular Indian dishes in Britain and has become something of a national favourite.

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Bipin’s Masala Pastes

By Roving Reporter

I recently read a piece in Red Magazine about Bipin’s Masala Pastes, a convenient way to make authentic Indian cuisine in your own kitchen.

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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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