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TV MAGICIAN Steven Frayne, better known as Dynamo, proved a hit with diners at a Gloucestershire restaurant. The Red Forte in Woolaston was chosen by the illusionist for a family meal, but he took time out to show some of his tricks, popping open a bottle of champagne without touching it and turning a paper napkin into £20 note. Dynamo went on Twitter to say that


his experience at the restaurant was ‘brilliant’. He added: “Great night out with the family! Great staff too!” n


SPICE MAG ADVERT 12 09 13_Layout 1 12/09/2013 15:35 Page 1 Mouldy curry restaurant fined


A NEW Forest restaurant has been hit with fine totalling £16,000 after health inspectors found a mouldy cooked curry in a fridge. Gandhi Indian Cuisine in Totton, Hampshire, was visited by officials from New Forest District Council who made the alarming discovery.


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In addition, cooking equipment, the kitchen structure, the dry goods room and toilet were found to be unacceptably dirty and this could have led to the cross contamination of foods. Food debris was found on refrigerator shelving and hand-washing


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soap had not been provided in the kitchen. Officers revisited the premises on two further occasions and noted some cleaning had been done, but the standards of cleaning still did not meet the legal minimum standard. According to Cllr.


Edward Heron, the council’s Cabinet member for the environment, “It’s the council’s policy to adopt an educative and persuasive role in relation to enforcing food safety law. Formal action was necessary in this case due to the serious nature of the offences.’’ n


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