Food substance deriving from central asia, the earliest known recipe for which appeared on tablets found near Babylon in Mesopotamia, written in cuniform text as discovered by the Sumerians, and dated around 1700 B.C., probably as an offering to the god Marduk.
The origin of the word itself is likely to have it's origins from the Tamil word 'kari' meaning spiced sauce.
In Britain, curries range from quite mild, to very hot, vindaloo being one of the hottest varieties.
Americans would not be able to handle even a spoonful of vindaloo cos they are wimpy cry babys.
fancy a curry lads?