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Episode 9 – Burka King & Pizza Hat?!
If brainstorming ideas for our pub in Episode 6 wasn’t enough, we’ve gone a step further and started thinking about names for SORTED’s restaurant. Wait for it…a Karoake Indian Restaurant…yep you’ve read that right. *Facepalms*
Best Soundbite: “I’m probably not going to look for you in the shower.” – Jamie Spafford
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This week we’ve been chatting all things to do with crazy flavour pairings. What are the weirdest ones you’ve tried?
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Fusion food as a concept is an ever growing, constantly adapting food trend. Should there be boundaries? Or is the world your oyster when it comes to creativity? Let’s start with paella-burrito gate…
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