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Old 03-25-2011, 08:14 PM   #21
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Last fall, a food suplier dropped off a case of Patak's Sweet Mango Chutney by mistake. One of my helpers put it away. I discovered it a couple of days later and when I went to place my order I told my Rep about it. He said to forget about it and keep it. Our restaurant doesn't use it and nobody there wanted any. I took the whole case home. I gave a couple of jars away and have been eating it steady. I still have 6 or 7 jars left in the pantry.
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Old 03-25-2011, 10:05 PM   #22
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Last fall, a food suplier dropped off a case of Patak's Sweet Mango Chutney by mistake. One of my helpers put it away. I discovered it a couple of days later and when I went to place my order I told my Rep about it. He said to forget about it and keep it. Our restaurant doesn't use it and nobody there wanted any. I took the whole case home. I gave a couple of jars away and have been eating it steady. I still have 6 or 7 jars left in the pantry.
I am sure Mango chutney is delish! What are you eating it with?
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Old 03-26-2011, 01:29 AM   #23
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Last fall, a food suplier dropped off a case of Patak's Sweet Mango Chutney by mistake. One of my helpers put it away. I discovered it a couple of days later and when I went to place my order I told my Rep about it. He said to forget about it and keep it. Our restaurant doesn't use it and nobody there wanted any. I took the whole case home. I gave a couple of jars away and have been eating it steady. I still have 6 or 7 jars left in the pantry.
Rocky mate Pataks pickle factory is in Leigh Lancashire about 4 mls from one of my ex businesses, the history of the family in the UK should be an inspiration.
This is another family I respect their whole garlic pickle/chutney is a blast.Memsaab Authentic Indian Products

Ps sweet mango and cheddar is delish do you import Lancashire Crumbly?
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The chutney that I bought says on it: "Product of Scotland." It is called Mrs Bridges. The address on it says James Chalmers Road, Arbroath, DD11 3LR. They give a website: Mrs Bridges - Home
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The chutney that I bought says on it: "Product of Scotland." It is called Mrs Bridges. The address on it says James Chalmers Road, Arbroath, DD11 3LR. They give a website: Mrs Bridges - Home
Google Arbroath smokies, Scotland has the best seafood, river fish, meat and booze in the UK and the men wear skirts commando style
Ps the great national dish of the deep fried mars bar is legendary
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I am sure Mango chutney is delish! What are you eating it with?
I usually eat it with snack food like cheeses, crackers, cured meats......
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Old 03-26-2011, 06:24 AM   #27
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Rocky mate Pataks pickle factory is in Leigh Lancashire about 4 mls from one of my ex businesses, the history of the family in the UK should be an inspiration.
This is another family I respect their whole garlic pickle/chutney is a blast.Memsaab Authentic Indian Products

Ps sweet mango and cheddar is delish do you import Lancashire Crumbly?
They make some nice stuff. I seem to remember a chili pickle and a mixed pickle that I really enjoyed. I can't find it around here anymore.
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I usually eat it with snack food like cheeses, crackers, cured meats......
I've seen Mango Salsa served with grilled fish so I was just wondering if Mango Chutney would work just as well.
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Google Arbroath smokies, Scotland has the best seafood, river fish, meat and booze in the UK and the men wear skirts commando style
Ps the great national dish of the deep fried mars bar is legendary
Oh so very good, on so many levels ...
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