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Issue 131

January 2008

ISSN: 1357-1168

 

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Edible Aphrodisiacs - (or Romance is in the Air) ...
Top Award For Family Run Restaurant...
Prince William's £8 curry gets royal nod ...
Zest Comes To Sunbury...
International Indian Chef Of the Year Competition 2007/2008 ...

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Raymond Blanc is once again on the lookout for a couple
to join him in opening and running a restaurant.

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NEWS
Yo! Sushi's £½ Million Give-Away!
Blame it on Rio... Las Iguanas gets into the carnival spirit at Lakeside...
New Project Looks For Support For Honours...
10 top trends to stir up the food & drink industry...

FEATURES
Be 'Wined Up' For 2008...
Chinese New Year - Welcome to the Year of the Rat...
South African Food & Drink...

Drinks
Britain revealed as nation of wine bluffers and wine duffers...

Events
Monday 21st - Tuesday 22nd April 2008 (Exeter) ...

Products
Combi Grilling With The Selfcooking Center...

Restaurant News
Italian
New Year, New Restaurant: All-New Spaghetti House Opens In Bond St ...
Thai
Celebrate Thai New Year And Spice Up Your Life...
Polish
Hammersmith's newest restaurant, The Knaypa, brings a touch of finesse to traditional Polish cooking...

 
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CALLING ALL CHEFS
& COOKS

Take part in the national challenge to produce a
"60 Year Dish"

2007/8 celebrates 60 years of Britain's favourite dish, Chicken Tikka Masala from its origins in Moti Mahal, Delhi as Chicken Makhani.

We are looking for a dish to stand for the next 60 years combining taste, health and nutrition and that all-important acceptability by the public.

Can you create the 60 Year Dish?

Send your contributions to Menu Magazine P.O.Box 416 Surbiton Surrey KT1 9BJ

The competition will run during 2008 to be announced in October 2008.

 

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Menu magazine is published by Menu Publications Ltd., London, England
© 2008

Editors:

Peter J. Grove
Colleen Grove

Editorial office:
PO Box 416 Surbiton, Surrey, England, KT1 9BJ

Tel: 020 8399 4831 /  020 8241 1391
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