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It was also revealed that one in five Yorkshiremen and women visit the fish and chip shop every week, with more than half taking the fish and chips home to eat as a family meal, and 80 per cent of the county’s population visiting the chippy at least once a year.
Friers from the Wetherby Whaler, that has branches in Guiseley and Pudsey, and chippies in Whitby and Bridlington also visited the Chelsea Flower Show last week to show of Yorkshire’s fish and chips.
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The experts: Stephanie Moon is a well-known figure on the Yorkshire food scene with many accolades to her credit, including Yorkshire Life magazine Chef of the Year, Deliciously Yorkshire Champion, and a Bronze medal winner in the National British Culinary Federation Chef of the Year Competition.
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