Curry: The Story Of The Nation's Favourite Dish

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Britain has become a nation of curryholics - there are more than 8000 curry restaurants in Britain, visited by two million people each week. Each year #2bn is spent in Indian restaurants - about #70 per second - while Marks and Spencers sells 18 tonnes of chicken tikka masala weekly. But how did Britain come to take curry so much to its heart? Where did the word "curry" originate? When did the fir...

Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: The History Press (February 25, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0750933747
ISBN-13: 978-0750933742
Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1.1 x 8.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 3749373
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu ebook

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When you read this cover, Curry: The Story of the Nation's Favorite Dish, you expect it to be more about the actual dish curry and its origins. Not quite, this is actually a book about how the dish impacted Britain, and to a larger extent Europe's f...

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staurants come to Britain? And when were the first recipes produced for those who wanted to concoct the flavoursome dishes in their home? This book traces the story of curry in Britain. The first recipe for curry powder recorded by the English was from Mrs Turnbull, who wrote down her recipes in manuscript in the mid-18th century at her home in Hyde Park, after returning from India; she also recorded how to make chutney, pilau and ginger candy. British ships went to India to find spices, and when the British returned from colonial India in the 18th century, they brought with them new tastes. Today, curry is one of the most widely available meals in Britain, produced at pubs nationwide, in supermarkets and in a plethora of restaurants to suit all purses and palates.