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Romford shoppers are given flipping good advice

14:45 14 February 2013

Pancake a flippin at The Mercury Mall - Tuesday 12 February, 12noon to 4.30pm. 

Jack Brackstone Brown

Pancake a flippin at The Mercury Mall - Tuesday 12 February, 12noon to 4.30pm. Jack Brackstone Brown

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Shoppers were given advice on how to make a flipping good pancake.

Visitors to the Mercury Mall in Romford were treated to a special demonstration to mark Shrove Tuesday on February 12.

Chef Jack Brackstone-Brown aka Cockney Cook showed customers how to make pancakes using the products and kitchen equipment available from the Mercury’s own Asda, Poundland and Wilkinson stores.

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