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I note that the food company owned by "Baroness" Warsi and her friend --newly-revealed as a supporter of the violently anti-infidel Hizb ut Tahrir (both Arabic words: Hizb as in Hizb -or Hezbollah, means "Army" and Tahrir as in Tahrir Square means "liberation," so put-'em-togetherandwhattayagot, bibbidibobbidiboo, it's "Army of Liberation") -- has the deceptively soothing name of "Rupert's Recipes."
As I do not want my custom to be inadvertently supporting supporters of Hizb ut Tahrir, and I would like to keep the amount of money that I know goes to Muslims at a minimum (and why shouldn't I?), and even though when one is buying Indian foods there is always a possibility that down the chain, back in the subcontinent, not all of the money goes to Hindu or Sikh or Jain or Christian suppliers, I do what I can.
When I go to Indian restaurants, I avoid any that have a "Halal" on the window or the menu. And I look for a reassuring sign, such as a statue of Ganesha, or pictures depicting scenes from the Ramayana. And Indian beer on the menu is another good sign.
And when I am at home on the range and must rely on store-bought sauces --- saag korma, jalfrezi, tandoori - as well as store-bought naan, poppodums, bengal chutney, and so on -- I friar-tuck in to dishes prepared with what I have hunted and gathered from store-shelves laden with Sharwood's Forest, for I know that that brand is owned by a British food conglomerate whose owners are not, I have assured myself, supporters of Hizb ut Tahrir, and thus quite different from Abid Hussain, of Rupert's Recipes, the close friend and travelling companion of "Baroness" Warsi, Chairman of the Conservative Party of Great Britain.