UK: Where east meets west - the Quick Curry Fix on the phone
When Patricia Forbes happened upon an old family recipe, little could she have known that she had also stumbled upon a modern day revolution in the world of ethnic food. Forbes shared the find with neighbour and friend Charlotte Hart, and Bombay Bangers was born. The Buckinghamshire-based twosome set about developing and marketing an entirely new range of sausages that represented the best in fusion cooking; the tastes of India with the well-loved format of British cuisine.
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