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Music Word Play
"Chef must have been listening to Culture Club when he was making some Korma curry recently. He obviously likes his music as there are parts of his curry dishes mixed up in all the song titles. Can you tell who he has been listening to?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
A bit of yoghurt, some cucumber and mint goes to make this dressing, but who was singing when Chef put "Paperback Raita" on the menu?
The tandoor is a style of clay oven used for cooking. But who was Chef listening to when he wrote "Tandoor Deliver"?
Alice in Chains
Adam and the Ants
So we have some pumpkin, lentils, vegetables, spices and some meat. Chef has made a dhansak curry and called it "Dhansak on the Ceiling". Who was he thinking of?
Rage Against The Machine
Spices and yoghurt or coconut are key ingredients in Chef's classic "Nessun Korma". Who might you expect to sing this?
With some potatoes and cauliflower, Chef has come up with a delicious curry which he has called "Say Aloo, Wave Gobi". Now who supplied the music?
The Human League
Chef has decided to list some starters on the menu, but who inspired "Pappadum Preach"?
Manic Street Preachers
Another of Chef's creations is "Living Dahl". It sounds like he has been fermenting his pulses to come up with this title. Or has he? Who else could have influenced the title?
This creation is usually an appetiser dish such as mushrooms crispy fried in a dough. So what was Chef thinking about when he came up with "Bhaji Trousers"?
The next item on the menu is Chicken Tikka. It looks like Chef had his iPod turned off for this one. Or did he? What do you think?
The iPod was turned off
The Spice Girls
Lastly we have "Things Can Only Get Bhuna". Hmm, maybe Chef is thinking aloud here ... but his cooking is not that bad. So who might he have been listening to when he put this on the menu?
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Compiled May 20 13