Sorry for this second post in one day, but I really had to share this with you, and couldn't wait until tomorrow. It is an example of all that is good and all that is bad about the fair city of Bath.
I had only just mentioned in Cro's comment box that I had not realised that the famous Python, John Cleese, is a Bath resident, when a local magazine flopped through the letterbox which contained this picture and recipe for us to try. As well as Mr Cleese, the Royal Crescent is also home to a famous hotel and restaurant, from where this dish originated.
The Royal Crescent Hotel has just announced that it is looking for a new owner, because the previous one has fallen on hard times and has been forced to sell. It is the most expensive place to stay in Bath, and considering that a light breakfast there can set you back about £300, I'm sure that it must be other properties in the company's portfolio which have not been performing at their best. I believe the hotel and restaurant are always busy.
Then again, if their idea of a slap-up meal is to get the hotel's cat to throw up on a piece of toast which they then place in front of the diner, expecting them to actually eat it, then no wonder they are in trouble.