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Pataks marketing team earning their Christmas bonus

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Pataks marketing team earning their Christmas bonus

Post by Natterjak » Wed Dec 25, 2013 8:59 am

Not Rogan Josh, madras, or any of those boring non-seasonal curries.... Oh no.... This year's big thing is...

TURKEY CURRY

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"Don't burn the spices" is the most dangerous truism of all - because it's incomplete. It should be "Don't burn the spices but do cook them!"
You'll never make BIR if you're too cautious frying your spices.....

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