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Sunday, 18 March 2007

Bit on the side: Eggy Eggy Sauce

Here's another lunchtime special (particularly if you've just been to the gym like us - smug grin). Whip up a nice omelette and salad with a dollop of Reggae Reggae Sauce on the side.

We choose a cheese and mushroom omelette, with a spinach and cherry tomato salad to go with it for that extra kick of self-congratulation.

Reggae Reggae Sauce is not intrinsic to this dish, so we won't give you the recipe. To be honest, we don't really know how to make omelettes. It's more a case of using the force and hoping it doesn't turn into a burnt mess of scrambled egg, ruined pan and stinking kitchen.

But a bit on the side don't 'alf make it taste nice.


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