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Fried Monkfish Sandwich

When you think of fish sandwiches, there’s a few that typically spring to mind – Tuna Mayo, Salmon and Cream Cheese, or the timeless Fish Finger sarnie. But there’s one sandwich that I’ve longed to try for years, which is the Catfish Po Boy. Alas, to get the true Po Boy experience, I would have to venture to New Orleans which, while being high on my bucket list, I have…

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Coronation Chicken

Coronation Chicken is my FAVOURITE sandwich filling of all time. OF ALL TIME!! Ahem. I channelled my inner Kanye there. Soz. But that doesn’t change the fact that I love Coronation Chicken, and if the option to have it there I will nearly always have it over any other kind of sandwich. Coronation Chicken was initally created for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, and it is a…

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Falafel with Houmous

Falafel are a Middle Eastern pattie made from chickpeas and are perfect for a delicious and satisfying snack that is suitable for Veggies and Vegans. They are absolutely perfect when paired with Houmous, a dip that is also made from chickpeas and are brilliant for lunches, popping into pittas or taking on picnics. They’re also incredibly satisfying to make! All you need to do is make sure that you have…

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Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs have always been a favourite snack food of mine – I’ll eat a Scotch Egg at a gourmet restaurant or from a manky old petrol garage. I’m not fussy. I love ’em! They’re the perfect food for any time of the day and are perfect for picnics! But, for me, you can’t beat making a Scotch Egg at home as you can tailor them how you want. I…

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Shakshuka

I’ll confess, I’m not much of a breakfast person. I’ll often skip it during the week, and at the weekends I’ll often have something with meaty or with lots of carbs. They’ll also be typically English – Full English, crumpets, muffins… you get the drift. But I do love trying new things, and Shakshuka is definitely that. It’s a dish that originates from the Middle East and Africa, and it…

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