Cribby was here all day yesterday. Looks like the PNC group did not invite Cribby to the meeting.
No. My opinions about Burnham offend them. They told me that I stink of curry.
Tumeric, the thing you thinks stink is perhaps the worlds most beneficial spice. It actually does not stink. Curry Guyanese style may contain other ingredients that you do not like to smell and can get into clothes.
Garlic is the ingredient one smells on the skin. Indians do use lots of garlic and that is retained by fat cells and can impart an odor. But so do others especially Mediterranean folks. Geera ( cumin) also smells and combined with garlic in hot oil in flavoring dishes as the final act of cooking ( chunkaying as indians say) puts out a very pungent scent.
I cook curry, in many of the hundreds of ways that it is cooked and my house does not smell of it. Actually, to say curry smells one way is to be oblivious to the hundreds of ways it is cooked and the hundreds of different scents that comes with that. I guess you are speaking of the standard curry base.
In the old days prople did not buy the yellow powder pre mixed. They mixed their own. I never buy them. Making yellow curry powder is very simple and one can shape the flavors as one envisions it rather than as others determine it for you.
I do not eat meat ( my wife and kids does) and anytime I am down wind of grilling I get sick while others go ummmh! I guess it is a preference. Anyways, all of t hat is just to advise not to label a thing one way when it is only one way you experience it.