‘Continuing with National Curry Week’

Madras.

Not everyone in their own world of food immediately associates the word Chennai with cuisine, but as soon as it’s former name of Madras is mentioned – then all are in agreement that Madras always conjures up ideas of Indian hot spice.

Madras, like Bombay that experienced a name change for political reasons officially in 1995,  also officially took the name of Chennai in 1996 – and Chennai was in the news today – a story of personal travel and adventure!

I enjoyed the read so I hope you will too:

An Introduction to India – Chennai

http://www.london-unattached.com/2014/10/incredible-india-chennai/

The main feature image is of a Lamb Shank Madras Curry created by Flower Pot Kitchen – looks and sounds divine:

http://flowerpotkitchen.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/wood-fired-clay-pot-lamb-madras-curry.html

Main Feature Image – Lamb Shank Madras by Flower Pot Kitchen

Alan Hunter
Master chef, wine writer, importer and educator, adventurer, wine tour operator and co-creator of the fast-growing online food and wine magazine Nosh.
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