I saw this on The People's Cookbook and just had to try it. It was submitted by Lily's grand-daughter Helen, who told the story of how Lily left Hong Kong, bound for England on a three month sea voyage. At every port Lily would collect spices and experiment with them. When she arrived in England, she perfected this curry and made it for friends and neighbours, later opening a restaurant based on this dishes popularity.Lily is still alive and still cooking curry for friends and neighbours. This dish beat the opposition and won it's way into The Peoples Cookbook. It's a great curry with big, bold flavours, worth every bit of effort that goes into it. Just remember Lily when you eat it.