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Curry was a food dish.

The Third Doctor served Osiran curry at a UNIT Christmas party. He told the Brigadier that it was best served close to absolute zero. (PROSE: UNIT Christmas Parties: First Christmas)

Ormsin Ives served vegetable curry to the Hufko delegates. (PROSE: The Diplomat's Story)

The restaurant Last Days of the Raj was known for good curry. (PROSE: Speed of Flight)

Jacey spiked Fluke's curry with a psychosis agent as part of her plan to kill the members of Pakafroon Wabster. (COMIC: Interstellar Overdrive)

It was Donna Noble's stated desire for a curry which prompted the Tenth Doctor to materialise the TARDIS in Calcutta in 1947. (PROSE: Ghosts of India)

Alan Jackson phoned out for a curry for himself and his daughter Maria Jackson after her first day at Park Vale Comprehensive School. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen)

Luke Smith claimed that his roommates at Oxford live off baked beans and curry, with his friend Clyde Langer remarking that it must be like living with the Slitheen. (TV: The Vault of Secrets)

The Eleventh Doctor noted that mammoths were best eaten one bite at a time, preferably in a good yellow curry, recounting that he had not eaten mammoth curry in decades. (COMIC: The Doctor and the Nurse)

The Twelfth Doctor offered to take Clara Oswald for a curry after they stopped Stellar Nexus from trying to con the nations of Earth. (COMIC: Empire's Fall)