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We've all opened a jar of gherkins to find a drowned rat or worker's finger.
Tesco this week unveiled its latest weapon in the foodie arms race in the small but deadly form of the world's hottest chilli - the Dorset Naga.
This potent pepper originates from Bangladesh but has been soup up by West Country farmer and part-time evil scientist Michael Michaud.
Those clever guys at Cheshunt have developed a website specifically for the estimated one million Poles who live over here. They can now choose from 250 lines ranging from flaki (tripe soup) to stuffed cabbage leaves. A quick trawl of...
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