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A sandwich too far!

A café in Derbyshire has received a threatening letter about the name of one of its sandwiches.

The Bridge Bakehouse in Whaley Bridge offers a variety of freshly made sandwiches, all with quirky, pun-infused names such as ‘don’t go bacon my heart’ and ‘are you chicken me out?’.

But it seems that the cafe has received a threat of legal action unless they remove the sandwich named “Cheeses Christ” from their menu. 

The sandwich has been on the menu for a while now and features a mouthwatering combination of caramelised onion, onion chutney, mature cheddar and mozzarella.

The complainant calls the sandwich  “an insult to Christianity” and demands the removal of the sandwich from all their menus, the issuance of a public apology and a £300 donation to the Holy Trinity Church. 

Meanwhile for her foray into past times, Margaret Mills looked at the life and times of one, ABIGAIL MASHAM, a one time confident of Queen Anne.

At one time Abigail lived in Essex.

Anyway if you missed what Margaret told me today about this lady, you can catch it all again here:-

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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A sandwich too far!

A café in Derbyshire has received a threatening letter about the name of one of its sandwiches.

The Bridge Bakehouse in Whaley Bridge offers a variety of freshly made sandwiches, all with quirky, pun-infused names such as ‘don’t go bacon my heart’ and ‘are you chicken me out?’.

But it seems that the cafe has received a threat of legal action unless they remove the sandwich named “Cheeses Christ” from their menu. 

The sandwich has been on the menu for a while now and features a mouthwatering combination of caramelised onion, onion chutney, mature cheddar and mozzarella.

The complainant calls the sandwich  “an insult to Christianity” and demands the removal of the sandwich from all their menus, the issuance of a public apology and a £300 donation to the Holy Trinity Church. 

Meanwhile for her foray into past times, Margaret Mills looked at the life and times of one, ABIGAIL MASHAM, a one time confident of Queen Anne.

At one time Abigail lived in Essex.

Anyway if you missed what Margaret told me today about this lady, you can catch it all again here:-

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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A sandwich too far!

A café in Derbyshire has received a threatening letter about the name of one of its sandwiches.

The Bridge Bakehouse in Whaley Bridge offers a variety of freshly made sandwiches, all with quirky, pun-infused names such as ‘don’t go bacon my heart’ and ‘are you chicken me out?’.

But it seems that the cafe has received a threat of legal action unless they remove the sandwich named “Cheeses Christ” from their menu. 

The sandwich has been on the menu for a while now and features a mouthwatering combination of caramelised onion, onion chutney, mature cheddar and mozzarella.

The complainant calls the sandwich  “an insult to Christianity” and demands the removal of the sandwich from all their menus, the issuance of a public apology and a £300 donation to the Holy Trinity Church. 

Meanwhile for her foray into past times, Margaret Mills looked at the life and times of one, ABIGAIL MASHAM, a one time confident of Queen Anne.

At one time Abigail lived in Essex.

Anyway if you missed what Margaret told me today about this lady, you can catch it all again here:-

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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A sandwich too far!

A café in Derbyshire has received a threatening letter about the name of one of its sandwiches.

The Bridge Bakehouse in Whaley Bridge offers a variety of freshly made sandwiches, all with quirky, pun-infused names such as ‘don’t go bacon my heart’ and ‘are you chicken me out?’.

But it seems that the cafe has received a threat of legal action unless they remove the sandwich named “Cheeses Christ” from their menu. 

The sandwich has been on the menu for a while now and features a mouthwatering combination of caramelised onion, onion chutney, mature cheddar and mozzarella.

The complainant calls the sandwich  “an insult to Christianity” and demands the removal of the sandwich from all their menus, the issuance of a public apology and a £300 donation to the Holy Trinity Church. 

Meanwhile for her foray into past times, Margaret Mills looked at the life and times of one, ABIGAIL MASHAM, a one time confident of Queen Anne.

At one time Abigail lived in Essex.

Anyway if you missed what Margaret told me today about this lady, you can catch it all again here:-

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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