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Who could murder a curry?

Postby Squigglyx » Mon Oct 30, 2017 09:47 pm

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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby Nonny Mouse » Tue Oct 31, 2017 01:43 am

I actually... don't like curry all that much, although I have tried a couple kinds that I find edible, so if a group was going I could go too. But I don't seek it out.
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby phalarope » Tue Oct 31, 2017 01:48 am

In the first degree! :D :thumbl:
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby chrisboote » Tue Oct 31, 2017 08:10 am

Nonny Mouse wrote:I actually... don't like curry all that much, although I have tried a couple kinds that I find edible, so if a group was going I could go too. But I don't seek it out.

Have you tried Thai curries?
Very different from South Indian ones - I recommend the very mild Massaman
The BBC has a good (if a little bland) recipe
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/420 ... aman-curry
I use sweet potato instead of potato and make up my own paste, but it's a good tasty curry
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby Grace Speaker » Tue Oct 31, 2017 02:53 pm

Well, I feel a bit silly :clown:
I thought this was just a general chat about Death's culinary favourite until I just now when I checked my email and saw an Emporium promo for this piece of gorgeousness

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NOW I WANT ONE TOO!
. . . And an actual curry :D where's the takeaway leaflets when you want them?!
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby phalarope » Tue Oct 31, 2017 06:04 pm

Grace Speaker wrote:Well, I feel a bit silly :clown:
I thought this was just a general chat about Death's culinary favourite until I just now when I checked my email and saw an Emporium promo for this piece of gorgeousness
NOW I WANT ONE TOO!
. . . And an actual curry :D where's the takeaway leaflets when you want them?!


Me too! :oops: :thumbl:
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby Sandra » Wed Nov 01, 2017 12:07 am

This thread only has two discussions - far too few!!!

Though it looks like I need to make up another batch of curry for the freezer (my go to frozen dinner)
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby Nonny Mouse » Wed Nov 01, 2017 04:20 am

chrisboote wrote:
Nonny Mouse wrote:I actually... don't like curry all that much, although I have tried a couple kinds that I find edible, so if a group was going I could go too. But I don't seek it out.

Have you tried Thai curries?
Very different from South Indian ones - I recommend the very mild Massaman
The BBC has a good (if a little bland) recipe
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/420 ... aman-curry
I use sweet potato instead of potato and make up my own paste, but it's a good tasty curry


I eat jalepenos by the jar and put tabasco on everything, spice is not generally the problem. It may be a texture issue.

I sort of like a tika marsala curry.
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby Squigglyx » Wed Nov 01, 2017 01:23 pm

Grace Speaker wrote:Well, I feel a bit silly :clown:
I thought this was just a general chat about Death's culinary favourite until I just now when I checked my email and saw an Emporium promo for this piece of gorgeousness

NOW I WANT ONE TOO!
. . . And an actual curry :D where's the takeaway leaflets when you want them?!


Sorry, maybe I should have highlighted the link a little better :)
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Re: Who could murder a curry?

Postby jake rose » Thu Nov 02, 2017 09:20 am

Not me for sure.
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