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Part of the British Libraries philosophy series, this new title, written by food writer Sejal Sukhadwala, ponders what curry actually is. The subject of much debate, the authenticity of curry is hard to pin down - it appears in some form across many countries of the world, and has multiple etymologies and meanings. What is curry?
This new perspective takes an Indian perspective and takes us on a journey to ancient India, to the roots of the word and the predecessors of modern-day curries. You'll read about adaptations of the dish by colonisers, the creation of Anglo-Indian cuisine, and how the curry found its way to Britain. From a prehistoric cuisine to a contemporary staple - The Philosophy of Curry takes on a fascinating exploration of this unique dish.
Size: 133 x 205mm
Publisher: British Library