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It would be nice to see less squabbling, ...
I first got into making 'curry' dishes in the early 70's, my bog standard recipe was; fry up some onions (didn't use garlic then, only the French used that!!), add a chopped apple, a handful of sultanas, bung in some sort of meat, a tablespoon or two of 'curry powder', and a pint of stock (usually the dried stuff) and boil the life out of it, ... after a Party 7 it was quite acceptable, I thought it was quite exotic. My quick curry was to sprinkle dry powder onto a stew!!
Does this look familiar CH? - that's where I started.
scoff yer ruby in the knowledge that you will never achieve perfection. Those that 'do' will undoubtedly, like me, be brought back to curry basics by their next over enthusiastic attempt that goes drastically wrong.