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Dublin for the subcontinent

If I can make the necessary transport arrangements - one of the Bubble Brothers helicopters is in for a service at the moment, which doesn't help - I'll be attending a meal in Dublin next Monday with several of the Irish blogistocracy and Chris Smith from Stormhoek. On almost every topic that might come up, I'm going to be way out of my depth, so the plan is to smile and nod and roll with the punches. I had a gig with Ian Date at the weekend and I think the same strategy, in similar circumstances, kinda worked there. However, before I set all the dials to bland, I'm delighted to have the opportunity to twang some copyright strings and reproduce this newspaper clipping, whose context I now forget. If you designed or published it, please let me know. I'll take it down at once if required, but more importantly I can say thanks for making a point so drolly.  It was probably the Guardian all right.

Keep Curry British

If you're wondering why I'm there at all, well, Stormhoek is the bloggers' wine of choice - they're sponsoring some bottles on the night - and Bubble Brothers (whose blog of darkness I acknowledge mine) are wine importers. You may, if you wish, do, as they say, the math. We haven't, completely, yet, but you may be sure it's on the menu.

4 thoughts on “Dublin for the subcontinent”

  • [...] I’m off to Dublin today for Curry 2.0, which I mentioned earlier.  If the meal is really fantastic - and I’m sure that many of those attending will blog [...]

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  • Arun Kapil

    Hi there!

    I was speaking to Julian of Bubble Brothers - we often meet him at our Mahon Point Farmers Market stall. I run a company importing the freshest, highest quality spices direct from India to East Cork. We then make them into the most authentic, finest tasting curries of immense flavour. Check out our website www.greensaffron.com

    I'm in the throes of getting married right now so excuse my tardy message. Look forward to being of service to any and all of you true curry enthusiasts!

    Arun Kapil

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  • John Murphy

    Mr. Kapil does not import spices from india but buys them here in cork

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  • Julian

    Thanks for your comment, John. I hope Arun will respond with a clarification.

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