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Treats from around the world

Sharing a good meal, whether it's dining at formal or a Buttery fry-up on a Sunday, is a central part of Fitzwilliam life. While sadly we're not able to break bread together for now, good food and drink is a way many of us are lifting our spirits.

We are delighted that MiMi Aye has generously shared a new recipe with the Fitzwilliam community. MiMi's Mandalay was one of the top cookbooks of 2019, and it's obvious why as soon as you open its pages and get cooking! This new recipe is ideal for using up those sad salad leaves lurking at the bottom of the fridge: delicious Salad Fritters. Thrifty but sustaining and scrumptious, they're a lovely little treat. You can also read more about MiMi's time at Fitz and culinary career.

If your thoughts are instead on enjoying a glass of something delicious in the open air, we invite you on this virtual vineyard, kindly led by Graham Nutter (Geography 1966). Graham's Languedoc vineyard has supplied many bottles of wine for Fitzwilliam formals and the bar over the years, so this is your chance see what went into creating that Château St Jacques wine!

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