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Curry

  1. Crime Scene
    Restaurateur Jailed for Serving Cheap Curry That Killed a CustomerMohammed Zaman got six years for his cost-saving peanut substitution.
  2. Crime Scene
    Restaurateur Accused of Killing Customer With Cheap CurryHe allegedly tried saving a few bucks by substituting peanuts.
  3. Shortages
    England Is Running Out of Curry ChefsOne third of its 12,500 curry houses reportedly can’t find chefs.
  4. Mediavore
    Hunger Games in Rats and Humans; Curry’s Bloody BenefitsPlus the best dim sum in Hong Kong and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  5. Truckin'
    Introducing A Curry on WheelsL.A.’s first Japanese curry truck is coming to town next week.
  6. Mediavore
    Jim’s Steaks Manager Charged With Selling Drugs; Apples, Pumpkins and KalePlus: Discussions of Moroccan food heat up Facebook; and David Burke has a magazine and “flavor sprays,” all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    Pizzeria Uno’s Uno Due Go Flagship Readies for Downtown Crossing Debut; MattapanPlus a curry-eating contest gone wrong and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  8. Mediavore
    Cops Bust Granny For Torturing Her Bacon-Loving Grandson; Ohio O.K.s ConcealedPlus: Booze is increasingly being sold at fast-food joints; and bumper corn crops might mean there’s a chance of food costs going down, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Stunts
    The Man vs. Food EffectHow many bowls of deadly hot curry does Brick Lane go through a night?
  10. Openings
    Houston’s Owners Open South Beverly GrillFrench dip , lamb sirloin, and curries are served from a typically ginormous menu.
  11. Menus
    Susan Feniger Brings New Menus To Her Street90% new dishes are now on Street’s menu.
  12. Openings
    Japanese Curry Coming to East VillageBon Yagi, whose mini-empire of Japanese restaurants includes Sakagura, Decibel, Shabu-Tatsu, and numerous other places, is looking to open another, he tells us: Curry-ya, a Japanese curry concept to be located next to his Rai Rai Ken in the East Village. “It’s a very popular concept in Japan,” he says. “But nobody has ever done it here.” Wait! What about Cheap Eats favorite Go! Go! Curry? Yagi conceded that Go! does a bustling business in the Times Square area but suggested that his version will be more high-minded, catering to women and leisurely types. “There will be wine, ambience, and salads. It will be very Japanese and very refined.” Curry-ya is slated to open in February.
  13. At the Greenmarket
    Last Summer’s Fruit Getting Into a Jam, a Much-Missed Cress Returns The countdown to the first ramps of the year has begun. During the wait — a week or two at most — celebrate the emergence of zippy cresses and tender herbs.