Horwich Advertiser Issue 585

• Sausage roll.......................... 32.0% • Pizza........................................ 28.0% • Finger sandwiches.............. 20.0% • ChickenWings..................... 19.3% • ChickenGoujons................. 16.6% • Cake........................................ 16.1% • Mini Sausages...................... 16.0% • Crisps...................................... 15.5% • Scotch Eggs.......................... 13.3% • Cheese and Pineapple....... 12.5% PARTY FAVOURITES: On a roll! The Advertiser July 6th 2022 Page 23 Subscribe to our digital edition by visiting www.horwichadvertiser.co.uk/subscribe Email: contact@horwichadvertiser.co.uk THE classic sausage roll was voted king of street party spread as Brits got excited for return of retro dishes on the platinum jubilee street tres- tle tables. As millions looked to make the most of the bank holiday, it seems the food and drink selection was one of the most important ingre- dients to make the perfect party, with 67 per cent of us hoping for the return of retro-classics dishes. A pool of more than 1,00 adults carried out for convenience store retailer Spar UK, found that the humble sausage roll came out on top as their favourite street party choice. Although having become pop- ular in the past few years, olives and hummus came at the bottom of the list of most-wanted snacks - in fact, only a third of Brits said they liked to see more modern dishes at these events. When asked what plates they would like to see making a come- back, 31 per cent said they missed the classic Vol-au-vents and a quarter (25 per cent) wanted to see a retro trifle in the centre of the street party table. Other long-forgotten treats OPEN Monday to Saturday 10am-2.30pm SOUP Soup of the Day .................................. £1.20 Buttered Barm ........................................50p EXTRAS Cream Cakes ....................................... £1.20 All other cakes..................................... £1.00 Crisps..........................................................80p Chocolate ..................................................80p BARM CAKES Made to order on a white or brown barm with salad £2.30 *Ham *Tuna *Turkey *Cheese *Egg Mayo 6 Meat & Potato ......................£5.00 6 Cheese Pasties .....................£5.00 4 Meat Pies ...............................£4.00 6 Sausage Rolls........................£3.50 6 Mini Meat and Potato or 6 Mini Cheese......................£2.50 Fruit Pies ....................................£1.50 FROZEN SPECIALS DRINKS Tea........................................................... £1.00 Coffee..................................................... £1.00 Hot Chocolate...................................... £1.00 Can of pop............................................. £1.00 Bottled Water..........................................70p 288 Chorley New Rd, Horwich, BL6 5NY www.paulspastyshop.co.uk • Tel. 01204 695166 FRESH BAKED GOODS Meat & Potato Pasty......................... £1.40 Cheese Pasty ....................................... £1.40 Sausage Roll ........................................ £1.20 Meat Pie ................................................ £1.60 Mini M&P Pasty......................................80p Mini Cheese Pasty..................................80p Gravy ..........................................................50p Peas............................................................80p Advertiser FOOD & DRINK Contact the team 01204 478812 THE countdown is on to this year’s Bolton Food and Drink Festival with tickets to see some of the UK’s most popular celeb- rity chefs selling like hot cakes. The festival has become one of the most popular events in the summer calendar, with more than 400,000 foodies attending last year, making it one of the busiest festivals in the country. This year’s menu looks to be another winner, as Bolton people wanted to see back at their parties included sweet treats like Black Forest Gateau (24 per cent) and Battenberg Cake (23 per cent) and savoury classics like Prawn Cocktail (21 per cent) and even Devilled Eggs (15.2 per cent)! For the vast majority of people, making sure that everyone is fed was the top priority with 72 per cent of those asked saying there is nothing worse than running out of food at a street party and over half agreeing that making sure there were treats for kids to enjoy was crucial. Growing appetite for the festival Winning recipe: TV chef Ainsley Harriott will be entertaining the crowds once again welcomes Ainsley Harriott, James Martin and Hairy Biker Si King, who this year will be ably assisted by TV Presenter Jenny Powell. Si and Jenny will get together for a natter over some great food in our fes- tival kitchen at one of three delicious cookery demos. Fancy a cooking demo packed with giggles, dancing, and of course fabulous food? Then get your tickets to see Ainsley Harriott at one of his three performances. Festival favourite James Martin is also making a welcome return to Bolton and ready to cook up a storm. Two more attractions are on the menu. Basil, Sybil and Manuel will serve up mayhem on a plate alongside a three- course meal and two hours of non-stop laughter. The Faulty Towers dining experience will be held on Sunday August 28 at Bolton Albert Halls. And Hairy Biker Si is bringing his 10-piece band King Kush to the festival. You can catch them on Sat- urday August 28 at Bolton Albert Halls. s and e back nt and enture r own hining, e your where! rbecue vening .

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