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  • ‘Fakeaways’ let home chefs recreate restaurant dishes
  • ‘Fakeaways’ let home chefs recreate restaurant dishes
    Edgar Castrejon (2019) ©
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‘Fakeaways’ let home chefs recreate restaurant dishes

Lockdown might have kept many foodies separated from their favourite dishes – but not for long. Morrisons has launched ‘fakeaway’ boxes that help home chefs recreate popular high-street dishes at home, reconciling the need for convenient cooking with the longing to eat out again.

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