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Advertising feature A fish supper takes some battering as Lanarkshire's favourite dining delicacy.
GET YOUR FRIENDS ROUND FOR A FISH SUPPER Simply don your apron, dig out your dinner service and call up your family and friends.
THE price of a fish supper is set to soar as our favourites - cod and haddock - flee the warming North Sea.
Do Valle reportedly uses an Amazonian fish named tambaqui, instead of cold or haddock to make his fish suppers taste a little different from the ones sold in England.
In aid of the Fishermen's Mission, North Shields fishermen and businesses have agreed to donate 1,000 portions of fish suppers to be served to all those who attend on the night.
FISH suppers are shrinking because of global warming, scientists claimed yesterday.
The 23-year-old R and B singer also treated herself and her crew at the same eaterie after finishing filming the scenes, paying 500 pounds for 75 fish suppers.
A MUM named her son after chip shop chain Harry Ramsden's - because she went into labour as she had one of their fish suppers.
20 tray of maris pipers weighed 275g on my in-car scales and were gone so quickly I ended up blowing more than pounds 20 on fish suppers all round.
SPL announce fixtures Crosas: We are not fit to wear the famous Hoops Fish suppers for Highland heroes .
every Wednesday, George Pretty would pop out and collect fish suppers for pensioners who could not get about.
The change came suddenly at the beginning of the Neolithic period and for the preceding 3,800 years, during the Mesolithic period, Britons thrived on fish suppers.
A RAIL company in North Wales has launched a special delivery service for passengers - fish suppers.
JOE SHAUGHNESSY had to stump up for fish suppers for the entire Aberdeen squad as punishment for his red card at Motherwell.
KEEP-fit fanatic Kirk Broadfoot has been ordered to cut out his gym sessions and start guzzling curries and fish suppers - because boss Walter Smith feared he was getting too thin.