National Curry Week 2012 will celebrate over 200 years of Indian Restaurants within the UK with a week-long festival of all things spicy from 8 to 14 October. Obviously tucking into your favourite curry is a treat but the week-long festival also aims to raise awareness of worldwide victims of disaster and hunger. The Curry Tree Charitable Fund aims to raise aware and funds for projects in the sub-continent, so whether you’re a korma kind of girl or a Jalfrezi kind of guy, make sure you do your bit!Germany Currywurst was actually one of the first “fast foods” to contain curry. Currywurst is a sliced pork sausage that is steamed and then fried. It is served with a warm curry-ketchup and french fries or bread rolls. It is commonly sold at concession stands and food carts. This sauce is actually bottled and can be purchased in grocery stores. In restaurants and at family gatherings a different German curry sauce is usually made. This curry sauce contains crème fraiche or sour cream, curry, lemon juice and pepper. It is served chilled with meat fondues, apple-meat patties and various grilled chicken entrees.