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post Jul 18 2007, 10:47 AM
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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jul 18 2007, 08:00 AM) *
My old favourite curry house in the UK air freights vacuum packed curries around the world Andrew. When I lived in the UK I used to think people were mad to get them but now I understand the need rolleyes.gif . As much as I love Spanish food a great curry is rather yummy (preferably along with a lot of beer biggrin.gif ).



wow wow wow! Is it the best curry you have ever had? or did you have a lot of beer before you had it? I never have curry unless i make myself sad.gif Usually when i hit the town and need a midnight snack, there always magically seems to be a Kebab shop. And that tastes like the best thing ever! (but with a lot of juice in the belly)

Curry I love the most, especially if it melts my face off! What is the hottest chili you can get does anyone here know?

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post Jul 18 2007, 11:31 AM
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Seriously good curry Hemlock - drunk or sober. Problem I have with Kebabs after a curry - and it does always seem like a good idea at the time laugh.gif - is when it catches up on you the next day.

Worst after beers takeout I can remember is a friend who had a kebab followed by a deep fired pizza and a deep fired mars bar followed by a multi coloured yawn outside. Not a pretty sight ohmy.gif .

V hot curries though reminds me of the old joke (ahem) - eat a vindaloo when depressed. The bottom won't fall out of your world but the world will fall out of your bottom. Tadaa.

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post Jul 18 2007, 02:30 PM
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QUOTE (mattacuk @ Jul 18 2007, 05:39 AM) *
I will Mail you some curry in a jiffy bag!!!! whats your address? laugh.gif


Thanks Man - Lamb Dhansak please smile.gif

QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jul 18 2007, 06:31 AM) *
V hot curries though reminds me of the old joke (ahem) - eat a vindaloo when depressed. The bottom won't fall out of your world but the world will fall out of your bottom. Tadaa.


That's especially funny given that I had a Chicken Vindaloo last night - Vindaloo is one dish they do well over here smile.gif Of course my eyes didn't bleed so it could have been a little hotter, but it was good!


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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jul 18 2007, 06:31 PM) *
Worst after beers takeout I can remember is a friend who had a kebab followed by a deep fired pizza and a deep fired mars bar followed by a multi coloured yawn outside. Not a pretty sight ohmy.gif .

V hot curries though reminds me of the old joke (ahem) - eat a vindaloo when depressed. The bottom won't fall out of your world but the world will fall out of your bottom. Tadaa.

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biggrin.gif very good, you dialed a smile on my face phone. Ah.

Multi coloured yawn tongue.gif gee i haven't heard that one before but it is certainly one of the nicest way's of putting it i think. hehe. I have had completely black rainbow yawns (which is not good, but im fairly sure it wasn't a blood yawn, just a strong black bile stout)

As for the vindaloo, my world hasnt gone upside down and out the back exit as the result of a curry, either i am lucky, or i am not having hot enough.

thanks smile.gif

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few years ago there was a newspaper story in Newcastle (and I believe everything that I read in the press rolleyes.gif ) about a woman who ate a v dodgy kebab. She claimed it made her hair fall out in clumps and made her vomit. She went to the hospital who put a fibreoptic scope into her to check her out and reported that her throat etc had lessions and had turned a horrid shade of pink, She sued the kebab shop owner for damages, won but oddly when she sent someone to collect the cafe was now in the hands of the guy's identical, long lost twin who didn't know where his brother was... It was all in the newspaper so must be true dry.gif .

I've done the black vomit as well Hemlock- but not for ages smile.gif . Andrew try curry paste - got a friend that virtual eats it out of the tube, madman - if you want your eyes to bleed and your head to explode tongue.gif . You really need some decent lager to go with it - don't think it can be sent in a jiffy bag though unsure.gif .

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Buckethead in his theme park. That would be like the weirdest, craziest, expirience that I could imagine.


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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jul 18 2007, 09:30 AM) *
Thanks Man - Lamb Dhansak please smile.gif
That's especially funny given that I had a Chicken Vindaloo last night - Vindaloo is one dish they do well over here smile.gif Of course my eyes didn't bleed so it could have been a little hotter, but it was good!


For those of you who care as deeply about English curry as I do, just wanted to let you all know I was in New Jersey today and found a place that served Lamb Dhansak ... not the best I have ever had but reasonable, and the first in a very long time ... ahhhh smile.gif


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Yea Andrew - but now you really need to update your gear list biggrin.gif Jem, Lamb Dhansak...

Luck with the Quest for a perfect Curry (surely destined to be the next Terry Pratchet book?)

For me though it's a Chicken Jal Fraisi (or how ever its spelt sad.gif ). High point of my week'a holiday in the UK. Low point was Pizzahut. (Could have been worse - my mum suggested the 'Golden Arches' for a lunch ohmy.gif which my daughter refused - good girl biggrin.gif )

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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jul 19 2007, 07:52 PM) *
Yea Andrew - but now you really need to update your gear list biggrin.gif Jem, Lamb Dhansak...

Luck with the Quest for a perfect Curry (surely destined to be the next Terry Pratchet book?)

For me though it's a Chicken Jal Fraisi (or how ever its spelt sad.gif ).


A worthy dish - I like that too smile.gif I'll email Terry now and get him started, meanwhile, I'll note that your daughter had great taste smile.gif


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man you guys loooove middle eastern dish or w/e.

I personally love Japanese, Korean, and Filipino food.


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QUOTE (VinceG @ Jul 19 2007, 08:58 AM) *
Buckethead in his theme park. That would be like the weirdest, craziest, expirience that I could imagine.


I will go with you! blink.gif "Watch out for Giant Robot"!!!


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haha that would be killer.

I saw a Giant Robot toy in an anime store near my house. Pretty cool. Im thinking of buying it. Also a lot of Ultraman dolls which Buckethead really likes.


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I do not like spicy food.. i love chineese food tho.. real chinese food not all this deep fried stuff.. also my new choice would be Siddhartha Gautama under a Tree with a simple meal of bread, water and apples smile.gif maybe some cheese.. this thread is making me hungry so i'm gunna eat biggrin.gif

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haha Siddharta thats a good choice.

I would have have chose Dahlia Lama and learn some teachings. I would have loved to meet him on his childhood days. Even buckethead, I wonder what was he like as a kid.


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