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September 25, 2013



Dear Long,
Why do you speak this way?
Do you have conversations/writing with people in your everyday world?


Remember this old thread? Curry Up was on the leading edge parking the truck downtown before Off the Grid was even considered for B'game. Here's an update:

From a scrappy gourmet food truck startup to being named one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30, San Mateo resident Amir Hosseini has come a long ways in just a few short years.

The co-founder of Curry Up Now has been credited with jump-starting the local food-truck movement when, in 2009, he and two friends opted to ditch their jobs in the mortgage industry and bet on an idea — a chicken tikka masala burrito.

- See more at: http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/lnews/2017-03-14/from-food-truck-to-forbes-san-mateos-curry-up-now-founder-recognized-for-innovative-indian-cuisine/1776425177245.html#sthash.94chU9PZ.dpuf

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