Add some warm­ing spice to bon­fire night

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I al­ways won­der how we man­age to hold on to our won­der­ful her­itage and weird cul­tural tra­di­tions in such po­lit­i­cally cor­rect, health and safety-con­scious times, but long may it con­tinue. Come Novem­ber 5 most of us will be out cel­e­brat­ing Guy Fawkes Night, burn­ing a hu­man ef­figy and light­ing ex­plo­sives. I will be out there come rain or (moon)shine wav­ing my sparkler and try­ing to get flames, not smoke sig­nals, out of the bon­fire.

Here’s a grown-up treat for Bon­fire Night fun and frol­ics. Curry al­ways goes down well and au­tum­nal game is the per­fect sea­sonal choice. Ro­gan josh or roghan ghost is a classic rich In­dian dish, usu­ally made with lamb, but it works well with beef, duck or wild meats, espe­cially veni­son or hare.

Stephen David is chef-direc­tor of Macken­zie – David Events. He and event-direc­tor Re­becca Macken­zie would love to dis­cuss how they can bring their culi­nary tal­ent and wel­com­ing ap­proach to your per­sonal cel­e­bra­tions. Contact Re­becca Macken­zie on 01986 893991 or email re­becca@macken­

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