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and Greg Meanwhile, Clare Balding is on her way to New Broadcasting House because she thinks SHE is presenting Britain's Tastiest Village.
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The contest, held at the AGA shop in the Mailbox, Birmingham, also saw Robinsons of Tettenhall pick up the prize for the Tastiest Breakfast Sausage for the second year in a row.
Teams made up of children will compete for two titles on the day: Wales' quickest crumble rumblers and the tastiest crumble rumblers.
Aberdeen Angus provides the tastiest steak--according to Irish TV at least.
According to top chef Peter Postma (a regular customer of Eef), "These are truly not only the smallest but certainly the tastiest tomatoes available".
Naturally sweet and succulent, scallops are a good source of protein and minerals and you can expect The Sheraton to serve you the tastiest and freshest in town.
The cooks found that products from the discount chains were often the tastiest.
I HEARD on the radio that there is a new red eating apple on the market which is the tastiest yet.
This fall, Philadelphia Daily News beer columnist Don Russell (nicknamed "Joe Six-Pack") will celebrate the release of his second book, Christmas Beers: The Cheeriest, Tastiest and Most Unusual Holiday Brews (Universe, 2008).
Dale manager Keith Hill said: "It was the tastiest game I have been involved in as a manager.
It was a double celebration for a Herefordshire producer at the recent annual West Midlands Tastiest Fruit Juice awards organised by Heart of England Fine Foods (HEFF).