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    Cool The British love of gravy

    Hello!

    I don't understand the phrase "the British love of gravy" here. Can you help me please?


    -Chicken Tikka Massala: it combines an Indian dish, "Chicken Tikka", with the British love of gravy, the "Massala".


    Thank you

    Will

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    Re: The British love of gravy

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    I don't understand the phrase "the British love of gravy" here. Can you help me please?


    -Chicken Tikka Massala: it combines an Indian dish, "Chicken Tikka", with the British love of gravy, the "Massala".


    Thank you

    Will
    It's just basically saying that gravy is one of Britain's favourite foods. If you don't know what gravy is, Google it!

    The British love of gravy is famous.
    The British love of tea is more famous!
    The French love of snails is inexplicable.
    The American love of burgers is causing health problems.
    The German love of beer is satisfied at the Oktoberfest every year.

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