Magazine F Issue #09 Curry
Curry, a food whose patent flavors leave a lasting impression, is adapted to suit personal, national, or regional culinary cultures and preferences.
Each and every curry dish is individual and unique, deviating greatly from the elitism associated with some ingredients and cuisines.
Straddling the line between ingredient and finished dish, curry is an ever-popular, go-to, hearty meal with variations in even the most far flung corners of the world.
In this issue, F spotlights the layers and versatility of curry, and sits down to talk to people who serve curry dishes in global urban food hubs like London, Bangkok, Tokyo, and Seoul.