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Zest Quest Asia Summer Challenge Winners named

By the editor

Students from Colchester Institute, University College Birmingham and North Hertfordshire College triumph.#  Students from three colleges were named winners of the first Zest Quest Asia Summer Challenge, the first completely on-line spinoff of Zest Quest Asia, the culinary competition founded by Indian restaurateurs Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala to raise the profile…

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Naunits Gujurati Street Eats, £10 Well Spent

By the editor

If you have £10 and are looking for a great meal and are fortunate enough to live within striking distance of Bury Market, head over to Naunit’s and pick up one of their £10 meals. They also do a £20 deal for a larger family. We tried one this weekend…

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Cool Drinks for a Hot Day

By the editor
Lassi Drinks

A refreshing drink on a hot day often seems to revolve around beer (for me anyway) so I decided to do a bit of research into alternatives that are non-alcoholic and suitable for everyone. Here’s the ones I liked the sound of, some will be familiar and others maybe not.

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Community Comfort

By the editor
Community Comfort

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…

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Thank you Bolton you’ve been brilliant

By the editor
Bolton University Emergency Centre

Spoiler alert this is far more important than curry Last Friday The Cube student accommodation in Bolton town centre burned down as many of you will have seen on the news. My son and his girlfriend both lived there so it has been a very stressful time for both of…

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Walking Across France and Belgium for Charity

By the editor

Nothing whatsoever to do with curry but I’ve signed up for a 100km charity walk across the WW1 battlefields in October (in a moment of madness) so am now looking for some sponsorship. The money raised is going to the Army Benevolent Fund, and many of the people I will…

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Visiting Varanasi

By the editor
visiting varanasi

Last October I travelled in India for a few weeks holiday and if you ever get a chance I thoroughly recommend it. It’s a huge place and would take a lifetime to explore, so if you only have a short time then head for Varanasi as it is one of…

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Indian Street Food : Kung Fu Master Chef

By the editor
Indian street food

If you’ve never seen the video before this is worth a watch…Read More About:Indian Restaurants in ManchesterNaunits Gujarati Street EatsHow do Indian restaurants respond in lockdown?Naunits Gujurati Street Eats, £10 Well SpentFeature Profile: Chef Anjula DeviIndian Mint Sauce

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Grow your own… curry?

By Roving Reporter

Nothing beats authentic, fresh ingredients when making a curry; so why not grow your own?

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How to remove curry stains

By Jenni
How to remove curry stains

Are you clumsy like me or do you have a messy family which means curry night can be quite a messy affair and leaves you washing of stains from clothes or even worse furniture and your carpets? Well hopefully here we have some top tips of how to rid those pesky stains from your life.

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