It is that time of year again when we can look forward to National Curry Week in the UK. This year it falls between 9th and 15th October and celebrates its 20th anniversary.
National Curry Week has the obvious object of promoting the great variety and diversity of curry dishes available throughout the country. People are encouraged to visit their local curry houses or make their own versions of the dish at home.
At the same time, the aim is to raise funds for various charities concerned primarily with battling hunger, poverty and malnutrition. People are encouraged to join in, engaging with fun challenges and events, and making donations.
Past events have included a world record attempt at constructing a tower of poppadums, samosa and poppadum speed eating contests and the famous Great British Curry Quiz.
It is not unusual for some dedicated curry connoisseurs to undertake the challenge of eating a different curried dish each day! While that won’t suit everyone, I would encourage you to take the opportunity to try a new dish – you might surprise yourself!
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