Monday, November 06, 2006

A Few Words on Curry Sauce

This is the worst kind of mockable blog post. What I had for lunch. But it was good. And you should try it. And so I'm going to tell you about it anyway.

Yesterday I lunched at Elephant & Castle, and enjoyed an Elephantburger.



That scary yellow substance is curry sour cream. The first time I remember loving a curried condiment was in Nag’s Head, North Carolina. I ordered coco loco chicken fingers (breaded with coconut shavings and spicy stuff then deep fried) and they came with a cup of curry lime sour cream so good I licked the last of it out of the bottom of the serving cup. In New York, I’ve only run into curry dip in British Pubs. Baker Street serves it with their fries and enormous cheeseburgers, and will give you extra if you ask.

It was scrumptious on the Elephantburger and I suspect it can be made quite easily at home by mixing curry powder and sour cream. Probably a perfect accompaniment to hot dogs and tater tots.

2 Comments:

Blogger Jeff in MD said...

I'd mock you, but I'm the one who posts about bugs and insects I find...

So, I say you just enjoy your Elephantburger and to hell with anyone who dares mock you! Yeah! :p

8:35 PM  
Anonymous paz said...

I love this blog post! Your lunch looks great! Where's Elephant & Castle located?

Paz

7:47 PM  

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