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Get Gordon’s curry

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If you’re in the Brick Lane area of London this Friday (4 Feb) at lunch time then you might bump into Michelin star, potty mouth chef Gordon Ramsay.

He’ll be cooking and serving curry at a pop-up stall in Ely’s Yard, Brick Lane - London’s Indian restaurant mecca, to raise money for Red Nose Day. The stall will be open from 12-3pm and Gordon will be plating up from 1-2pm, you’ll be able to try a variety of curries from his new sauce range including Royal Chicken Korma, Tikka Masala Lamb chops and Vegetarian Spicy Red curry. All donations are welcome but we recommend £5 for a curry dish – it is for a good cause after all.

If you’re unable to come to Brick Lane to pick up a Ramsay Ruby Murray, then the chef has launched a range of Seriously Good Indian sauces for Comic Relief that will raise money for the charity.

The sauces are available all year round from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and The Co-Operative, from £1.89.