YOU could be mistaken in thinking that the simple fish finger sandwich, built from doughy white bread with a sliver of butter and red sauce, is the greatest thing to grace our dear Earth since sliced bread was first invented.
Birds Eye have created a recipe for the world’s most expensive fish finger sandwich, in celebration of The Queen’s 90th birthday. A notable extravagance suitable for the most extravagant of events.
Produced by Birds Eye head chef Peter Lack, the sandwich – which is valued at £187 – contains the world’s most luxurious ingredients including salmon caviar, saffron mayonnaise and edible gold leaf, to complement Birds Eye’s limited edition ‘Cod Save The Queen’ fish fingers.
A fish finger sandwich – in a statistic that I just completely made up – is clumsily thrown together 90% of the time whilst the consumer is experiencing a hangover.
Would you spend £187 on a sandwich on a hangover? Of course you would.
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