A Conversation for Curry
Woodcock Started conversation Jul 17, 1999
An attempt, I suspect, by the mighty Heinz to cash in on the popularity of the generic Indian cuisine.
They don't taste anything like curry, and have the old "School curry" stalwart, lashings of sultanas. However, I have always found them exceptionally pleasant on toast, and are quick and easy to prepare, even while enjoying that feeling of confused euphoria engendered by the classic "British skinful". Excellent, therefore, if you forget to call in at the takeaway on the way home, or are incapable of dealing with the delivery man at the door.
But why oh why can you only get them in teeny tiny cans, when even the most inexperienced curried bean eater will no doubt be able to manage a tin the size of yer regular beans? I think this should be investigated...
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