When we first started thinking about our curry issue a few months ago, the ideas were flying thick and fast. Curry is a dish, or style of dish, that spans so many countries and regions that we only wished we had more pages. It was a tough choice to narrow it down, but we think we’ve come up with a great cross-section of techniques, cultures and heat.
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In addition, we tapped some of the world’s best known curry experts for their favourite recipes. Turn to page 43 to begin our curry special – Christine Manfield’s Andhra curry leaf chicken is top of my to-cook list.

If curry’s not your thing, then… grab your spandex, sequins and stage make-up because we’ve now entered Eurovision season! Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang will be hosting all the action, both in the lead-up and for the song contest finals – screening from Friday May 17 on SBS ONE. Turn to page 92 for a TV dinner featuring a Eurovision-inspired smorgasbord and start working on your choreography!

Sometimes, life gives you lemons, in which case we suggest checking out this month’s One Ingredient, Six Cultures feature and whipping up a Shaker lemon tart, with its perfectly tangy, marmaladey filling, a delicate lemon charlotte or a comforting lemon delicious pudding. If you’re looking for more start-of-winter comfort,

Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans is filling his biscuit jars with a selection of homemade morsels that are great to have on hand for snacking, or giving away if you can bear it.