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Optomen (263 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

worldwide, the most popular being The F Word, Kitchen Nightmares, Great British Menu, and Police Camera Action!.[citation needed] Optomen has also published
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Edward Cokayne (1893), Complete Peerage, London: George Bell & Sons. "Great British Menu winners announced". Archived from the original on 30 December 2014
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Rankin represented the southwest in the fourth series of BBC Two's Great British Menu, winning the show with a dish of "Treacle Tart with Jersey clotted
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anaemia. "Andi Oliver: 'I'm a black, middle-aged woman judging The Great British Menu - hooray!'". Telegraph Media Group Limited. 25 April 2017. Retrieved
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Weather UK TV Guide, 21 March 2011 Britain's Best Dish – ITV1, 5pm and Great British Menu – BBC2, 6.30pm Daily Mirror, 4 April 2011 Britain's Best Dish Archived
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industry awards". Evening Standard. Retrieved 2023-03-23. "Who is Great British Menu 2022 chef, Sally Abé?". www.thestaffcanteen.com. Retrieved 2023-03-23
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August 2016. Harrison, Phil (29 August 2016). "Monday's best TV: Great British Menu; All Aboard! The Country Bus; The Coopers vs the Rest". The Guardian
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2014. Belle, Lula (30 October 2013). "Lula Belle Meets Aktar Islam, Great British Menu and F Word Winner". Glamour In The County. Retrieved 1 November 2014
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August 2016. Harrison, Phil (29 August 2016). "Monday's best TV: Great British Menu; All Aboard! The Country Bus; The Coopers vs the Rest". The Guardian