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Spring Issue May/June 2012


Page 5 - Mutton curry a winner for MasterChef Pages 6/7 - Taking Tapas to the Toon


Page 11 - Ramamurthy puts UK at heart of Kingfisher’s business strategy


Page 13 - Picture postcard restaurant a hit with locals Page 15 - Dragon’s take a shine to curry sauces Page 19 - A Degree of Brilliance


Page 20 - Cardiff welcomes big purple poppadom eater!


Page 24 - Spice price rise heats up curry costs


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Pages 26/27 - Curry Colleges become a reality


Pages 30/31 - Restaurants getting a raw deal on king prawns


Page 33 - Nomination for the British Curry Awards 2012


Pages 34/35 - Olympics clash makes life hard for muslim athletes during Ramadan


Page 41 - Madhur Jaffrey to make TV cookery comeback


Pages 44/45 - Bengoli


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