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Moules mouclade, as big a hit as Beyoncé

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

Mussels were probably the first thing I ate as a child that I knew at the time was ‘an acquired taste’. They made me feel impossibly grown up, coming with a brigade of bowls, one for the mussels themselves, one for chips, one for bread, one for empty mussel shells, and a little lemon-scented bowl of water to dip my fingers in.

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