poppadom


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poppadom

(ˈpɒpədəm) or

poppadum

n
(Cookery) a thin round crisp Indian bread, fried or roasted and served with curry, etc
[from Hindi]
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poppadom

[ˈpɒpədəm] npapadam m
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Saturday included demonstrations from award-winning chef Anand George from Cardiff's Purple Poppadom, Daniel James, head chef at The Vale Hotel and Peter Harding from Yellow House Kitchen.
It didn't matter if a venue was as empty as Jordan's head or so full that a poppadom would have had trouble table-hopping, if we so much as glanced at a restaurant, we were practically dragged inside by someone promising the best prices, best tables and, of course, the best curry in London.
He gets a painful kick in the stethoscopes from I'm A Celebrity star Tara as he tries to nick her poppadom crisps after getting her to strip off in his surgery.
SNAP, crackle and poppadom! A growing number of Brits are enjoying curries for breakfast.
The menu for the prestigious Welsh Curry awards ceremony has also been revealed with chef Anand George, above, and the Purple Poppadom team unveiling a mouthwatering special tasting menu.
Alluringly lounging over a black bean in a glamorous dress and wearing a poppadom for a hat, the 32-year-old is sure to have mouths watering.
With this in mind, and as frequent visitors to Purple Poppadom, we decided to book a table for a Monday at the Mint and Mustard and it was surprisingly busy for that day of the week.
DIALLING CODES: stottie; brioche; pitta bread; crumpet; barm cake; muffin; baguette; poppadom; ciabatta; scone; pikelet; damper.
TIM Stobbs is top of the poppadom eaters after setting a new world record.
The script, co-written by Gurinder's hubby, is also a bit dull, rather like a poppadom without the lime pickle.
He has very soft ears if you're interested" TV presenter Sian Williams, above "There always seems to be an extraordinary mix of people in there, including a large number of academics discussing string theory with poppadom crumbs in their beards, off-duty Buddhists and a smattering of people in those paper jumpsuits that the police give you when you've been sick on yourself in the cells" Entertainer Alexei Sayle on his favourite all-you-can-eat buffet "Hundreds of Commons secretaries cheerfully regard their male bosses as spoilt brats" Former Tory MP Matthew Parris
"The competition was of a very high standard but according to the judges the Purple Poppadom was a unanimous favourite and clear winner.