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The Little Book of Curry by Rod Green

The Little Book of Curry

by Rod Green

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Did you know that it is actually possible to become addicted to curry? The average Chicken Tikka Masala brings 'an increase in blood pressure and heart rate that is similar to sexual arousal.' Which goes some way to explain why we so frequently end up in the local Indian restaurant late on a Friday night. The Little Book of Curry is full of belly laughs and mind-blowing facts about a very British obsession. From The Curry House Top Ten Singles (number one - 'Pappadum Preach' by Madonna) to the number of naans consumed on a Friday night in Bradford, via the Governor of Bengal and the two forgetful chemists who created Lea & Perrin's sauce. Spicy statistics and curry humor to bring on a severe case of the hiccups. The perfect gift for the curry freak in your life.

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