The Digital Journalist
©Steve Raymer
Curry, one of the most admired legacies of the British Raj, is served up at a dozen or more South Asian restaurants in Leicester, largest city in the English Midlands. Strictly speaking, curry is a British invention--a catchall term used to describe rice, vegetable and meat dishes jazzed up with a variety of Indian sauces of butter, crushed nuts, spices and fruit.