McWattie, Sheila
May 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;5/9/2013, Issue 101, p29
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the changes brought about by different restaurants in Great Britain to offer puddings that can attract customers. It mentions that the Three Stags in Kennington encourages customers to take a biodegradable "doggy box" of food home for themselves while the Biddestone Arms in Biddestone introduces seven traditional hearty puddings. It adds that the Crown Inn in Church Enstone in Oxfordshire offers steak and home-made cheesecake.


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