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Chaat Magazine Issue 27 Nov/Dec/Jan 2017

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The season to be jolly is well in hand now, this issue we have spoken to some of your chefs to see what they are doing this season, recipes that they love and hope that you love them too. 23 festive packed recipes with spicy trivia and fun for the family to share and try out after your meal! Competitions and lots more…

INTRODUCING THE ONLY NATIONAL CONSUMER MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO THE UK’S MOST CHERISHED FLAVOURS OF SPICE.
(Chaat Magazine is published quarterly)
Chaat! Magazine is a delightful read for those who love a bit of spice!

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