Monthly Archives: June 2010

If it’s Sunday it’s Mother India’s Cafe

Hector had to be amused before the Germany – England match. So Marg and I went to Mother India’s Café, again. This would be our last domestic Curry-Heute for some time. As a departure from the norm, Marg ordered the … Continue reading

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Absent Friends and Mr Boyd, at The Village

Six on a Saturday afternoon The Calendar stated that this was the day of ‘Yvonne at The Ally’. Inevitably this meant joining Jonathan, Dr Stan and Hector for the Saturday ritual curry. Marg had her first free weekend in ages, … Continue reading

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Banana Leaf, a new experience in Glasgow

Marg and Hector came across this place by chance some months ago when trying to find a parking space close to Mother India’s Café. The Banana Leaf (76B, Old Dumbarton Rd, Glasgow, G3 8RE) lies parallel to the road featuring … Continue reading

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Cafe Salma, Revisited

It was Hector’s turn to select the venue for Curry-Heute. After the sheer extravagance of The Indian Gallery, the much more affordable Café Salma (523 Sauchiehall St, G3 7PQ) : at Charing X!) was the chosen venue. That they do … Continue reading

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Friday, 5-15, The Village

A Curry before the Bon Accord This was the pre-Birthday Celebration Curry-Heute: Jonathan’s birthday was back in April in München and coincided with the Volcano. Tonight the masses were due at The Bon Accord to finally and formally celebrate his … Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Curry

A Curriculum for Excellence! Hector has been asked for his recipes many times over the years. Some have logged into this Blog to access that which has been posted already. This Curry-Heute was something different, a lesson. The Sixth Years … Continue reading

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D/Phyeley : A Village phenomenon

Hector saw the lights of Bradford, but the Curry was over a green hill far away… A Curry-free weekend. Well almost. The Field Centre at Malham had Local Lamb Curry on the menu on Saturday evening. From where was this … Continue reading

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A Clydebank Curry-Heute Take-Away?

It must be the ‘New’ Café Punjab! As a resident of this town for many years, the (New) Café Punjab (24 Alexander St, G81) Clydebank, has satisfied those moments when there is no time or desire to cook, but the … Continue reading

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Mother India’s Cafe, at last!

This is essentially an Indian style Tapas restaurant. The idea is to order a couple of portions each. The portions are smaller than the main dish experience, one should never leave unless one feels fulfilled. There is a take away … Continue reading

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Bier today, Curry-Heute

Two barrels of Bock must be accompanied by something special to eat. The consequences of not eating may lead to the destruction of bathrooms. Yvonne tends not to make Curry when Hector is present: she has now realised that preparation … Continue reading

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