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Curry is a dish originating in the cuisine of the Indian Subcontinent. The common feature is the use of complex ...

BBC Food - Curry: Where did it come from?

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Oct 11, 2013 ... BBC Food examines the origins of curry to mark National Curry Week.

Curry, Spice & All Things Nice: The History of Curry

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In Britain the term 'curry' has come to mean almost any Indian dish, whilst most ... The origin of the word itself is the stuff of legends, but most pundits have settled ...

Curry History - InDepthInfo

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The history of curry goes back a long way. In fact, there is evidence of it being used in 1700 BC Mesopotamia. While use of curry probably originated in India, ...

The Origins of Curry | Raghavan Iyer - Zester Daily

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Jan 4, 2012 ... origins of curry with recipes: spiced yogurt and okra.

The Origins of Curry Powder - The Silk Road Gourmet

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Sep 30, 2013 ... Although the origins of curry powder are unclear, the advertisement below gives us a firm data point of the mid 1780s for a commercial curry ...

Controversy surrounds the true origins of Indian curry - Telegraph

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Nov 20, 2008 ... In every sense, curry is a hot topic. It may be the most popular restaurant meal in Britain - served with varying degrees of expertise in 8,000 ...

People Have Been Eating Curry for 4,500 Years | Smart News ...

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Jan 30, 2013 ... Though the combination of flavors recognized as curry today is the result of ... the dish's origins reach back farther than was previously thought.

Did the British Invent Curry? | The Delivery Hero Blog

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Mar 25, 2013 ... One of the great stories surrounding curry is that the British first invented it - not the Indians. Is that true? Well, Delivery Hero finds out the truth.

How did the word Curry evolve or originate? - IndiaCurry.com

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Cury, Currey, and Curry are English words used in discussing the origins of Curry , the Indian dish.

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Why 'Curry' is not Indian | DESIblitz

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However, not many people are aware that the word Curry is not used in households of South Asian origin as much as it is an English household. Because there ...

What is the history of curry? Who invented it? How did it spread? Is it ...

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May 2, 2014 ... I had a debate with someone on the origin of curry. My friend insisted it was British and was adopted for Indian cuisine while I thought it was a...

Indus civilization food: How scientists are figuring out what curry was ...

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Jan 29, 2013 ... What is curry? Today, the word describes a bewildering number of spicy vegetable and meat stews from places as far-flung as the Indian ...