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Cool Kitchen Gadgets.

This post will all be about the coolest kitchen gadgets that we can find. some might be hits while others may definitely be misses. We have picked some of our favourites so hope you enjoy the list we have come up with.  So, lets crack on with the coolest kitchen gadgets everyone must own or maybe not

Knife thrower knife block

This wooden knife block comes with 5 stainless steel razor sharp knives and each one is held safe in separate magnetic sheathes. That’s not all! The wooden board even rotates just to bring the circus-cum-ringmaster mood! 

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Takeaway food glossary


Welcome to our Y4Food glossary of food terms. We all love a good takeaway be it Chinese, Indian, Italian or Thai. However, do you know what ‘amchoor’ is or what ‘korma’ means. Perhaps you want to try a ‘Szechuan’ dish but are not sure what it is. Don’t worry our glossary is an easy to understand glossary which should help you find out just what everything means.  If you would like to see something included into the glossary, please do leave a comment below.


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This is the name given to a potato. Potatoes are used in a variety of vegetarian Indian dishes

A Thai dish which is a mixture of vegetables or meats topped with sauce.

A mixture of pickles used as an accompaniment to Indian curry dishes

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Translated this means bucket. It is used to describe British Indian curries.

You will see the term ‘bhuna curry’ on an Indian takeaway menu. Bhuna actually refers to stir fried dishes.

These are deep fried balls of onion and batter made form gram flour which is derived from chana dhal. The name can be a little confusing because restaurants use the term “bhaji” both for the deep fried onion sort and for various dishes e.g. bhindi bhaji, brinjal bhaji, which are vegetables cooked in a little curry sauce.

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