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RE: GROW YOUR OWN CURRY
Welcome to the this years British Curry Club’s campaign to
encourage the public to “grow your own curry” ingredients!

This is the second year we invite primary schools to get involved in our “Grow Your Own Curry” campaign, along with help from our campaign partners, Chaat! Magazine, Sutton Seeds, East End Spices and Sweet Cherry Publishers. We also have celebrity chefs providing recipes for both schools and parents to cook up!

There can be nothing better than encouraging young people to enjoy gardening, and being able to use these fresh ingredients to cook their very own curry, either in school or at home! Global foods topic is encouraged by the primary schools educational curriculum.

Your school may already have a gardening patch or have some spare pots ready to grow your seeds in!

For your school to get involved it is very simple, all you have to do is:
b Use as many of the Sutton Seeds we have included with this letter
b Put the poster up in your school to spread the message of the campaign
b If your school has a Website, Facebook or Twitter post #Growyourowncurry
Plus if you would like to get involved in our nationwide competition with the chance of being one of three schools to win £200 and for one pupil to win £25 worth of of reading books provided by Sweet Cherry Publishing then register your involvement by returning the slip or email to [email protected] by the 30 June 2017, then by the 15 July send us letters/drawings from your pupils telling us about your schools vegetable path and how much they have enjoyed taking part in the schools gardening club.

Terms and conditions

  • Completed competition entry form must be returned by post or email
  • ([email protected]) by the 30 JUNE 2017.
  • All competition entrant schools must publically display #Growyourowncurry either on the schools website, Facebook or Twitter
  • School can use Sutton Seeds or other seeds the school may already be using for the schools gardening club/activities.
  • All schools sending in letters must make sure there is a clear covering letter stating the schools contact details and each letter is marked on the back with pupils name and class for traceability and letters to arrive by 15 July 2017, to the competition address below.
  • 3 winning schools will be chosen by the merit of pupil’s letters emphasizing the enjoyment of their schools gardening club; to receive £200 worth of books from Sweet Cherry Publishing.
  • No cash alternative will be offered in exchange for books. No alternative prize will be offered.
  • Books will be delivered to the UK school address on the entrant form, date of delivery to be confirmed.
  • One winning pupils from each winning school will be awarded a voucher for £25 where Sweet Cherry Publishing will deliver to the pupil via the school  contact details, and gardening club organiser, books to the value of £25 from the publishers range for the age group.
  • The decision of the British Curry Club and the campaign partners are final.
  • Competition in partnership with all campaign partners.
  • Entrants must be primary schools from the UK.
  • Entrant forms and posters can be requested by contacting [email protected]
  • All schools sending in letters from pupils must be primary age pupil and be UK residents.
  • For details of the prize winner, please contact the competition owner [[email protected] or British Curry Club 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN]

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Chai Xpress – The home of the herbal tea!Chaat_26_web

From revitalising Jasmine to exotic Spiced Masala, the range of teas from Chai Xpress is something to get excited about! And if that weren’t exciting enough, one lucky Chaat! reader will receive a selection of the entire range worth at least £25.00 The team at Chai Xpress believe that ‘proper Indian tea isn’t just about taste it’s about the aroma.’ Every tea has a distinct taste and an authentic flavour, and you can be sure that the ingredients are pure and authentic. Sourcing the finest ingredients from around the globe; Chai Xpress is a tea company with a firm commitment to quality.

SO HOW DO I WIN?!

If you’d like to be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, you can enter in one of the following ways:

EMAIL: Send your details to [email protected] with “CHAI XPRESS” in the subject line

FACEBOOK: ‘ Like’ our page and share our competition post

TWITTER: Re-tweet our competition post and follow us

  • Individuals can enter the competition by Facebook, Twitter or Email
  • Entrants can enter multiple times, using a separate entry methods. Multiple entries by the same entrant in the same ways will be disregarded.
  • This is a consumer competition therefore all entrants must be individual
  • The prize will be delivered to a UK  address only
  • The winner will receive the full range of Chai Xpress tea. No payment will be made by Chaat! Magazine. No alternative prize will be offered.
  • The decision of the Chaat! Magazine Team is final.
  • Competition in partnership with Chai Xpress
  • Entrants must be 18 years of age and over and full time UK residents
  • For details of the prize winner, please contact the competition owner [[email protected] British Curry Club 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN]

CLOSING DATE: 1st September 2016

 

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Dear Gardening Club,

RE: Grow Your Own Curry

Over the last couple of years British Curry Club has enjoyed a summer campaign to encourage the public to “grow your own curry”, ingredients!

This year we would like primary schools to get involved in our, “Grow Your Own Curry” campaign, along with help from our campaign partners,  Chaat! Magazine, Sutton Seeds, East End Spices and  Sweet Cherry Publishers,

There can be nothing better than encouraging young people to enjoy gardening, and then using the fresh ingredients to be cook their very own curry either in school or at home! Global foods topic is encouraged by the primary schools educational curriculum.

Your school may already have a gardening patch or have some spare pots ready to grow your seeds in!

For your school to get involved it is very simple, all you have to do is:

  • Use as many of the Sutton Seeds we have included with this letter (if you have already recieved a pack or simply use your own seeds)
  • Put the poster up in your school to spread the message of the campaign
  • If your school as a Website, Facebook or Twitter post #Growyourowncurry

Plus if you would like to get involved in our nationwide competition with the chance of being one of three schools to win £200 and for one pupil to win £25.00 worth of of reading books provided by Sweet Cherry Publishing then register your involvement by returning the slip or email to [email protected] by the 31 May 2016, then by the 1  July send us letters from your pupils telling us about your schools vegetable path and how much they have enjoyed taking part in the schools gardening club.

Best wishes,

Rosena Alim British Curry Club Team

Terms and conditions

  • Completed competition entry form must be returned by post or email Gardening_Letter_NEW SECOND EXTENTED LETTER 2 GYOC([email protected]) by the 31 May 2016.
  • All competition entrant schools must publically display #Growyourowncurry either on the schools website, Facebook or Twitter
  • School can use Sutton Seeds or other seeds the school may already be using for the schools gardening club/activities.
  • All schools sending in letters must make sure there is a clear covering letter stating the schools contact details and each letter is marked on the back with pupils name and class for traceability and letters to arrive by 1 July 2016, to the competition address below.
  • 3 winning schools will be chosen by the merit of pupil’s letters emphasizing the enjoyment of their schools gardening club; to receive £200 worth of books from Sweet Cherry Publishing.
  • No cash alternative will be offered in exchange for books. No alternative prize will be offered.
  • Books will be delivered to the UK school address on the entrant form, date of delivery to be confirmed.
  • One winning pupils from each winning school will be awarded a voucher for £25 where Sweet Cherry Publishing will deliver to the pupil via the school  contact details, and gardening club organiser, books to the value of £25 from the publishers range for the age group.
  • The decision of the British Curry Club and the campaign partners are final.
  • Competition in partnership with all campaign partners.
  • Entrants must be primary schools from the UK.
  • Entrant forms and posters can be requested by contacting competition[email protected]
  • All schools sending in letters from pupils must be primary age pupil and be UK residents.
  • For details of the prize winner, please contact the competition owner [[email protected] or British Curry Club 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN]

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More and more consumers are looking at food hygiene ratings when deciding where to eat. Seeing a green and black sticker in the window could make the difference between them choosing where to eat.

So get your favourite restaurants and takeaways to feel pride in their FSA sticker. Help them not to lose out by leaving potential customers to guess their hygiene standards or assume  they may have something to hide.

Enter the competition now!

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Terms and conditions apply

Closing date is midnight 30 April 2016!

  • Each entrant’s tweet, Facebook post or Instagram must include the photo of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme sticker and the hashtag#WheresTheStickerChaat
  • Entrant’s must also mention the food business’s Twitter handle, Instagram handle or tag them on Facebook (their trade name is also acceptable if the food business is not on social media)
  • Entrants can enter multiple businesses, using a separate entry for each one. Multiple entries by the same entrant for the same business will be disregarded.
  • Only businesses in England displaying a current and valid food hygiene rating sticker showing a rating of 3, 4 or 5 will be eligible for the prize draw
  • The customer will receive £500 and the business will receive £500. The payment will be made by The British Curry Club. No alternative prize will be offered.
  • The validity of the food hygiene rating of the business will need to be verified by the Food Standards Agency before the winner is confirmed, announced and paid.
  • The decision of the British Curry Club and the FSA is final.
  • Competition in partnership with the FSA
  • Entrants must be 18 years of age and over and full time UK residents
  • For details of the prize winner, please contact the competition owner [[email protected] or British Curry Club 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN]

Order your copy of Chaat! now!

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Blue Nun Original Family Tradition, is a limited edition wine with a charming retro design, in the iconic, blue glass fluted bottle. Ideal for entertaining over the festive period with its easy going style, really delivering on taste for family get togethers. Traditional winemaking with care, a modern, fresh, crisp and fruity taste for your enjoyment and pleasure.

To enjoy at its best, lightly chill before drinking (Alc 10.0% Vol). Blue Nun Original Family Tradition is available exclusively in most ASDA supermarkets

HOW TO ENTER We have 6 cases of Blue Nun up for grabs; if you would like to enter the competition this is how you can win, try any of the three ways!

EMAIL: Send your details to [email protected] with “BLUE NUN” in the subject line

FACEBOOK: ‘Like’ our page and share our competition post

TWITTER: Re-tweet our competition post and follow us

CLOSING DATE: 31ST DECEMBER 2015 T/C Apply

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  • Meet one of just a few of the UK’s Chilli Farmers in the beautiful village of Upton Cheyney, situated on the edge of The Cotswolds
  • From the majesty of our ancient Tithe Barn, learn all about chillies; including their history, health benefits and what makes them hot
  • Tour the chilli farm’s polytunnels and harvest your own pods
  • Breathe in the amazing aroma from our smoke house, and experience the delight of smoking chillies to make chipotle – the world’s most amazing flavour!
  • Visit our kitchen and learn how to use your fiery harvest
  • Discover the huge variation of chilli flavours in our unique chilli tasting experience
  • Sample our home-made sauces produced on the farm, as well as our chocolates, oils, cider and spicy sausages.
  • Goody bag for every chilli tourist

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£25.00 per tour

www.uptonchilli.co.uk

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THE EXOTIC LANDSCAPE of foreign climates is closer than you think. We have chosen three days out across the UK that will give you a flavour of some of the vibrant plants found abroad. As a part of our ‘Grow Your Own Curry’ campaign, they will provide you with plenty of ideas of how to cultivate some tasty produce at home and get you thinking about the next growing season!

To win a great day out at one of three British Botanic Gardens do one of the following!

EMAIL: Send your details to competition @britishcurryclub.co.uk with “BOTANIC” in the subject line AND LET US KNOW WHICH BOTANIC GARDEN YOU WOULD LIKE TICKETS FOR – KEW  – EDINBURGH OR WALES
FACEBOOK:POST “BOTANIC” ON OUR WALL, ‘Like’ our page and share our competition post
TWITTER: Re-tweet our competition post and follow us
CLOSING DATE:  4 SEPTEMBER 2015

ANY OF THE THREE WAYS CAN WIN!

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IN AN ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDEN
Kew is a widely popular garden set over 300
acres of luscious Richmond soil. It has built
up a collection of over 30,000 species of plants
from English Roses to exotic Venus Fly Traps.
The UNESCO world heritage site is a great
attraction close to the capital city for London
tourists hoping to escape the concrete jungle.
The scale and variety of the gardens at Kew
makes it unrivalled for a horticultural day trip.
The perfect plants and beautiful buildings are a lovely backdrop for a Great Day Out this summer. Kew appeals particularly to our love of food and spices with its spice festival this year running from May to September. Spice lovers can learn about the history of the trade which brought so much flavour to our plates from foreign shores. Artefacts from the East India trading company, rickshaw inspired tours
of the gardens and street food vans will all add an exotic element to your day.
HIGHLIGHT: Raymond Blanc’s kitchen garden, Kew On A Plate.

IN THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS
The Royal Botanic Gardens of Edinburgh have a surprising array of exotic plants, which is less Expected among the cold and rugged highlands. Just a mile from the city centre, the gardens are in a perfect accessible location. Set over 70 acres of gardens, plants from exotic climes with an international
heritage spice up the Scottish landscape. The rainforest has been recreated in Scotland with the wet tropics growing some of our favourite cardamom flowers and turmeric roots. The food stall in the Victorian glasshouse  shows how many of our foods come from  these hot and steamy climates. Bananas, rice, sugar and cocoa all grow in the replicated rainforest climate of the glasshouse. Plants
here are larger than life, the giant Victorian water lilies are far larger than dinner plates and can reach up to 2 metres in diameter. The edible gardening project is not to be missed, the team give great advice in their special drop-in sessions, and the productive garden is the perfect visual example of all their hints and tips. Learn about sowing seeds, pruning, harvesting, storing and preparing your own produce for truly home-made dishes, with tips for growing those spices we love from hotter origins from the adverse weather perspective of Scottish gardeners!
HIGHLIGHT: The different species of rice plants growing around the extraordinary giant lily-pad pond.
IN THE FIELDS OF WALES
You are guaranteed to see a whole lot more than daffodils in the National Botanic  Gardens of Wales. It hosts 8,000 different species of plants and a rich collection of art, sculptures and architecture across 560 acres of Carmarthenshire. The gardens branch  out into exotic collections from the South African
Western Cape to California and Chile. The Botanic Gardens help to preserve some of the rarest and most exotic plants in the world.

As the seasonal fruit and vegetables ripen in the late summer months, the bee garden quietens. The garden designed to house hundreds of bees, allow visitors to get a closer look at a working bee hive where their sweet honey is made. Popular plants for bees, aromatic herbs such as marjoram, basil,
sage and mint are all planted in the garden. The honey they produce comes from these aromatic and pollen rich plants.
HIGHLIGHT: The doubled walled garden growing a variety of fruit and vegetables.

WRITTEN BY HELEN WHITE

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#SUMMER #Hamper includes @KingfisherBeer @Velvet_Lake @AldiUK @Bloomspopcorn @Liberation_Nuts @AmiraFoodsUK #TasteOfIndiaFoods @Teatulia

EMAIL: Send your details to competition @britishcurryclub.co.uk with “SUMMER HAMPER” in the subject line
FACEBOOK:POST “SUMMER HAMPER” ON OUR WALL, ‘Like’ our page and share our competition post
TWITTER: Re-tweet our competition post and follow us
CLOSING DATE: 30th JUNE 2015

ANY OF THE THREE WAYS CAN WIN!

Kingfisher is India’s No.1, the first choice of the nation from Delhi to Doddanapudi, and the leading Indian beer the world over. Brewed to an authentic and most venerable recipe for more than 150 years, it is the perfect partnership for the heat and spice of even the richest of curries. Practice surely does make perfect.

VELVET LAKE WINE  A trio of red, white and rose wine, from South Eastern Australia. The wines are sweet but well-balanced and have been placed in convenience retailers nationwide with an extremely affordable price point of £5.49 each. Now available in stores across the UK : www.velvetlake.co.uk

Taste of India Butter Chicken Curry sauce is a winner! Having won several international food awards including the prestigious ‘iTQi Taste Awards’. Gluten Free product with no artificial colours or flavours and comes with extra seasoning spices and simple recipe step by step guide. Now available in 375g and 2kg Foodservice pouches from Bestway & Batleys Cash & Carry depots and selected Best One Retail outlets. For more information please visit www.tasteofindiafoods.com

Aldi Chocolate : Chocolate and cherries are one of the finest flavour combinations for a gourmet palate. Aldi’s Moser Roth Sour-Cherry Chilli Chocolate Mousse Bars combine the two, making the perfect treat for the modern chocolate connoisseur.  These slim bars of 85% dark chocolate have a lightly whipped mousse centre, giving that melt in the mouth sensation with the added thrill of a hint of chilli. Combined with a touch of sour-cherry, this chocolate bar is one not to be missed. You can pick up a bar for just £.179 in Aldi stores nationwide

BLOOMS POPCORN: Jumbo sized popcorn is hand popped in the traditiional way, in small batches to give crunch and character! Lots of great flavours Seasame & Sea Salt, Roasted Peanut, Caramel and Smoked Mexican Chili. www.bloomspopcorn.co.uk

Santa Maria Natural Umami Seasoning 45G

Superior Aromatic – Amira Rice: A luxuriously extra-long rice grain that looks so beautiful you’ll be proud to serve it. Pure white perfection, extraordinarily elegant to the eye, our rice grains don’t stick – giving you a professional dish in under 15 minutes. With grains significantly longer than Basmati and aged for 12 months, Amira Superior Aromatic is delicately fluffy and fragrant, with the right balance of natural bite and sweet softness in the mouth www.amirafoods.co.uk/

Liberation Nuts  www.chooseliberation.com/ Liberation Foods is the UK’s only Fair Trade, farmer-owned nut company. Our vision is a world in which small-holder nut producers earn a decent, secure income and can plan for the future of their families and communities. We buy our nuts from the co-operatives of small-scale growers and farmers who own a 44 percent share of our company.

Organic Tea by Teatulia: For many tea lovers, choosing the right tea helps maintain a healthy lifestyle and a healthy environment. And for Teatulia, that means providing a range of organic tea to satisfy the palates of tea fans everywhere – it also means that our organic black tea and green tea is grown and cultivated in a way that respects the land on which it’s grown, the community of workers who produce it and the people who drink it. www.teatulia.com/

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Arun Kapil has his own spice blend range – Green Saffron – and now his new book Fresh Spice. His love of spices jumps out of the pages as you browse through. A great gift for the season with lots of recipes using both winter and summer produce. With heaps of personal twists on traditional recipes such as a Lamb Biryani Ka Kesar (with saffron), cauliflower cheese with spiced mornay sauce; there is plenty to entice you with.

We have copies of Arun’s new book Fresh Spice up for grabs; if you would like to enter the competition this is how you can! Three ways.

EMAIL: Send your details to competition @britishcurryclub.co.uk with “ARUN” in the subject line
FACEBOOK: ‘Like’ our page and share our competition post
TWITTER: Re-tweet our competition post and follow us
CLOSING DATE: 30th JULY 2015

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