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Bacon Scone Pop Up

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Greg Marchand and the Frenchie team will be launching a bacon scone pop-up in Covent Garden this summer. Opening to the public on Tuesday 11th June, the pop-up will be situated in Covent Garden Market’s lower level arches, a short distance from Frenchie on Henrietta Street.

The pop-up will serve Frenchie’s classic smoked bacon and maple syrup scones with clotted cream (£3.50), as well as a new goat’s cheese scone (£4). For a sweet treat, Greg has created a banoffee scone (£2.50) for dessert, a take on his signature dessert served at Frenchie Covent Garden.

Gregory and the team have also brought in a PacMan arcade machine to launch their very own PacMan Challenge, where guests can compete over the duration of the pop-up to obtain the highest score. At the end of the pop-up in early October, the player with the highest score will win a complimentary tasting experience for two at Frenchie Covent Garden.

The pop up will run from June – October 2019, and the following offers will also be available: 1 of each scone (3 scones) for £9.00, 6 scones for the price 5, 12 scones for the price of 10.

Skinny Swaps For BBQ Season

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If you love a good barbie but your diet doesn’t, then make room on the grill for Sutton Hoo Chicken’s yummy and healthy Chicken Sausages and Chicken Burgers. Lower in fat and fuller in flavour. Available in Original and Lemon & Chilli flavours, the burgers are made from higher welfare chicken farmed in Suffolk Sutton. The low-fat sausages are available in two tasty flavours, a Cumberland seasoning of mixed herbs and spice and Smoked paprika & Chilli, a spicy sausage bursting with flavour, the sausages are also gluten-free with high meat content and natural casings.

Sutton Hoo Chicken’s Chicken Burgers (RRP £2.40) and Chicken Sausages (RRP £4.00) are available from selected The Co-Op stores, farm shops and delis.

Sparkling Celebration

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Named the ‘official drink of brunch’, the Mimosa has led the cultural movement and what not better way to enjoy this cocktail than over brunch this Easter time.Bright orange in colour and bursting with a fruity citrus taste, Aldi’s Sparkling Mimosa offers the perfect pre-mixed tipple to enjoy with family and friends and priced at £2.99 it certainly won’t break the bank. Serve in a sparkling wine glass garnished with a juicy slice of fresh orange and let the celebrations commence!

Have a Nice Time

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Newly formed startup Nice (www.nice-drinks.co.uk) are out to disrupt the wine industry with the launch of their Pale Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc in a can (RRP £3, Sainsbury’s). Serving up high quality, still wine, Nice is wine that delivers on both taste and brand, with a can people are proud to be seen with. The 250ml slimline cans are 100% recyclable and are perfect to drink on the train, move, beach, picnic or at a festival. Helping wine-drinkers have a Nice time whatever the occasion, theirmaxim is “we’re here for the wins, the woes, and the why the hell nots”

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