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Occasional Notes

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Frederic Cowen (1852-1935)

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« on: February 05, 2021, 02:40:45 am »

Dear Sir,

it has come to my notice that St Margaret of Antioch, the well-known martyr, was in fact an early proponent of that delicious comestible referred to as the "Fillet o'fish"

These are truly a wonder of gastronomy and so it is heartening to see such a high-profile public figure endorsing the said victual. I love my Mills and Boon and was recently reading one of their latest novellas when I came across the reference. I can quite understand why she was martyred - I once dropped some of the sauce on my new slacks and couldn't remove the greasy stain for weeks despite three boil washes.


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