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Old 03-23-2015, 07:12 AM   #1
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Should we have a curry forum? I have created full menu banquets for up to 60 people and have recently discovered that an Indian woman commented on how nice my curries are. I DO NOT use jars of sauces. I was hoping I could have them published in some free cook book but I can't find anywhere to find these. So I may as well just send them out hoping my name remains on them.

A curry forum would be great as there are so many recipes out their. I have a folder on my computer with over 200 recipes. These are not all mine but downloaded and ready to be modified to my liking.

My recipes are in pdf format or Microsoft docx. How would I put them up in a way they could be easily read and downloaded.

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Old 03-23-2015, 07:29 AM   #2
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We have the Ethnic Food section. Curry, not being limited to Indian cuisine, should remain being placed in with other ethnic foods. Otherwise, you would end up with a section for every cuisine.
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Old 03-23-2015, 07:31 AM   #3
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true I love thai curry as well. Will look there but still need to know how to post the recipes best.
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I also belong to the homemade curry paste crowd.
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Me, too re: homemade curry paste and curry powder crowd.
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true I love thai curry as well. Will look there but still need to know how to post the recipes best.
There is also a Spanish curry and there are several variations of Caribbean curry - I know that curry mutton (goat) and chicken are common in both Jamaica and the Bahamas. Many curry blends have been developed in many parts of the world, usually incorporating some of the spices which are native to or easily obtained in those regions.

Savory Spice Shop has 30 curry blends.
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I think a curry forum is a great idea actually . Curries are so diverse and are from many countries . Indeed we all have ethnic groups within the countries we live in but this is the internet . I find the use of " ethnic " on here a little confusing . I do understand not wanting to have a lot of individual groups but you could have groups for more popular cuisine , such as curry , and for others which don't fit into a larger group as "International " or a similar description , Foods of the World , with sub groups ? I wouldn't look in Ethnic for example for Spanish or English food but that's probably where it is . It's just an idea to perhaps update the site to embrace and attract people from all cultures and to direct new members to a specific cuisine ?
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I agree with Gravy Queen. Curries is such a huge group that I think it should have its own forum. I even think that it should have sub forums for the various nationalities of curries with, maybe one, for miscellaneous curries.
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There is also a Spanish curry and there are several variations of Caribbean curry - I know that curry mutton (goat) and chicken are common in both Jamaica and the Bahamas. Many curry blends have been developed in many parts of the world, usually incorporating some of the spices which are native to or easily obtained in those regions.

Savory Spice Shop has 30 curry blends.
Different animal, sheep.
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Different animal, sheep.
In the West Indies, goat, as food, is often referred to as mutton.
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