Toothy wrote:Home made strawberry and rhubard crumble - made yesterday, but I had some left over for today. Mmmmmm!
michelanCello wrote:This probably is a silly question, but what is curry exactly? Cause for me it means the spice, like you can have chicken with curry, or rice with curry, but now that Jason mentions it, this wasn't the first time that somebody is eating a curry, and I expect you didn't just had some of the yellow powder...
Hope your bloodtest goes fine tomorrow, Jason!
Jason wrote:I picked up a LIDL curry for £1.49 today. It wasn't bad really. Now fasting for a blood test tomorrow. Water only from 8:30 this evening. Joy.
Tonyblack wrote:Curry is a general term used by British for various spicy Indian meals. There is no "curry" spice, the flavour is a combination of such things as coriander, cumin, chilli, ginger and various other items. It's usually the chillii that gives the heat to the spice.
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