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The Big Book of Curry Recipes (Big Book Recipes 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 781 pages Word Wise: Enabled
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  • File Size: 3889 KB
  • Print Length: 781 pages
  • Publisher: Nemeton; 2 edition (July 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 10, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008K9EXII
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
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More About the Author

Dyfed Lloyd Evans was born on the Lŷn Peninsula, North Wales in 1967. Educated as a scientist, in London and Cambridge he has worked in both research and publishing. His interest has always been cookery, countryside and Celtic literature. These interests were brought together in his Celtnet website (www.celtnet.org.uk). He has been working on ancient Welsh texts and historic cookery books for over 20 years and this research is now being turned into a series of eBooks. His first work, the Guide to Spices and Their Uses was first published in 2008 and is now available as a kindle eBook. He has also published a number of poems, which are anthologiezed as 'Memories of Myth and Man'.

Since 2004 he has been working on the Celtnet Recipes website: http://www.celtnet.org.uk/recipes where recipes from across the globe and historic recipe books are collected and published. He is also the writer of the blog, Dyfed's Adventures in Publishing: http://dyfed-adventures-publishing.blogspot.co.uk/

He is currently working on the final edit of his first novel, Devil's Due, which is due to appear shortly.

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This is one of the most comprehensive curry books on the market, containing recipes from almost everywhere that curry exists. Although overwhelming at first, it is a valuable compendium and a must-have for curry eenthusiasts.
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Man, what an incredible collection of curry recipes! I love curries and enjoy creating authentic varieties at home. I have a number of curry cookbooks but NOTHING which comes close to the astoundingly diverse collection found in this book. The author goes so far as to include recipes for restaurant versions of popular curries. Well known, mainstream types or obscure, unknown (to most curry neophytes) curries are now availiable to us all; so get your copy of this invaluable book and "go to creatin'".
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I will definitely buy it!

Great curry book! Not just good recipes, but great info about the regions and ingredients. I even found some things I had never seen in any other cookbook, like the soup using banana peels, which was actually very good! Some are basic recipes, as in any large book like this, but you will find many unique and delicious recipes. I did notice a low number of poultr y recipes, as another reviewer noted, and that there is a large number of lamb recipes, sort of reflecting the use of these meats over there, which may not be as useful in the US. And, as in most Indian books, there is a decent number of vegetarian recipes, though not as many dal recipes as I would have liked. Great spice mix recipes, at lest the few that I have tried so far, out of the many that are there.

I am not a fan of cooking from kindle, and especially with recipes such as many of these, with a high number of ingredients, the number of pages for one recipe can become excessive. I have borrowed many books, and if I liked them, bought them in paper, then returned the kindle copy. This is the only one I have considered buying, though I am really hoping that they publish paper.
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I lived in Trinidad West Indies for 3 1/2 years and it was quite a Culture Shock.
I had never had curry before and at first I wasn`t sure i liked it, but that all changed.
After I ate it a couple of times, I got to where I really liked it.
That`s why I wanted this book, It shows you what to do and how to do it and the reciepes were great.
Now I don`t miss Trinidad as much. I still miss the people and having someone else do the major part
of the meal but as long as I have this book I feel like I`m there. It`s a really good cookbook.
It`s worth sharing with others, and you don`t have to be Indian to like Indian food. This could change
your thinking about exotic foods, it did mine.
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Dyfed Lloyd Evans is an encyclopedia of awesome, hard to find recipes. They are succinctly presented. This book is just one in a body of work that is as unique as it is impressive.
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This really is a Big Book of Curry. Very complete, with an excellent assortment of curry recipes.I also appreciate the author took some time to properly format the book.
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Great book of curry history as well as recipes. Is the book available (non kindle type)?? Would love to pass it around to my family not all of whom have Kindles.
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It was not easy to read on my Kindle. I was disappointed in the amount of recipes - would have liked more recipes for chicken and other meats with curry.
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