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    mrsshah

    Member since Mar 2011

    Chef #1857221

    From United Kingdom

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    About Me

    www.mrsshah.co.uk

    Back in 2008 when my wife was expecting, she was quite ill and more-or-less in bed for 6 weeks.  For the first few weeks my children and I were basically living off take-aways as i had never cooked in my life (well the last time I cooked was in 1995 as a student when I managed to burn a pre-cooked pizza in the oven!).  I realised that I couldn't carry on feeding the kids all the junk that I was happy to eat. 

    Over the years I had watched my wife cook some amazing currys in a relatively short time.  I decided that I would cook a curry for the kids and my wife.  My wife managed to measure out the spices into a pot for me and gave me step-by-step instructions.  And hey presto, I managed to cook up a curry that was upto her standard.  Now my friends and family cannot believe that someone like me, who never cooked for 35 years of his life, is cooking up such gourmet delights.

    One of my good friends used to take 3 to 4 hours cooking a curry every weekend.  After tasting my curry I gave him a pot of the curry mix with cooking instructions.  He couldn't believe how quick and simple it was to make, let alone how much better it tasted than the currys he had been making.

    The same friend asked for some more pots of the curry mix to give out to some of his friends and family and the feedback he got was excellent and we were soon getting orders from people.  We therefore thought of producing the curry mix to sell to a wider audience.  And here we are today.

    Please visit www.mrsshah.co.uk


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