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Taste of England Take Home Family Meal

November 18th-22nd, 2020

Between November 18-22, 2020 Fresh on the Fly offered a Taste of England Take Home Family Meal. It’s a 3 course meal for your family available every Wednesday – Sunday. This meal is suitable for four people and was only $75! Our Taste of England Take Home Family Meal offers delicious French dishes and flavours. This meal is available for pickup from The Arms Public House or delivery from Fresh on the Fly!

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This Weeks Take Home Family Style Meal Contains…

Welsh rarebit – Melted cheese with ale, sriracha, salt & pepper on sour dough bread

Three onion and ale soup with leaks, red & white onion

Double baked beans with house cured ham and a tomato base

Traditional Shepherd’s Pie with sweetcorn, peas, onion, celery & garlic

Banoffee pie with dark chocolate shavings

$75

This Taste of England Take Home Family Meal is so delicious because of all our fresh and local ingredients!This meal is only $75 and is suitable for 4 people. There is $5 peninsula delivery only on Friday November 20th between 2-5pm. Max 10km delivery radius. Free delivery with a purchase of a bottle of wine or if more than one meal is purchased. 

This meal is available from November 18th-22nd, 2020 with pickup available at The Arms at 1515 South Park Street inside the Lord Nelson Hotel – earlier pick ups can be arranged via email at freshonthefly@rcr.ca

About the Dishes

Welsh rarebit

is a Welsh dish consisting of a hot cheese-based sauce served over slices of toasted bread. The word rarebit is a corruption of rabbit, “Welsh rabbit” being first recorded in 1725, and “rarebit” in 1781, although this dish does not consist of any rabbit. For more information, click HERE.

Three onion and ale soup

This onion ale soup is similar to French Onion soup although the Irish beer adds a whole different flavour. It’s chock full of onions, Irish beer and delicious beef flavour.

Shepherd’s Pie

is a ground meat pie with a crust or topping of mashed potato of English origin. The recipe has many variations, but the defining ingredients are ground red meat cooked in a gravy or sauce with onions, and topped with a layer of mashed potato before it is baked. Sometimes other vegetables are added to the filling, such as peas, sweetcorn, celery or carrots. The pie is sometimes also topped with grated cheese to create a layer of melted cheese on top. For more information, click HERE.

Banoffee pie

The name of this dessert ts name, sometimes spelled “banoffi”, is a combination the words “banana” and “toffee”. Banoffee pie is an English dessert pie made from bananas, cream and toffee, combined either on a buttery biscuit base or one made from crumbled biscuits and butter. For more information, click HERE.

Cooking / Reheating Instructions

Please be aware that oven temperatures and cooking times will vary by appliance. Preheat oven to 375°F for all dishes.

Onion Ale Soup – Pour into pot and heat until warm

Rarebit (uncovered) – 10 minutes

Beef Stew (covered) – 25 minutes

Baked Beans (covered) – 25 minutes

Shepherd’s Pie (covered) – 35 minutes

Contact Us To Order

We accept orders by phone or email.