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"rumbledethumps" - or bubble and squeak - for his contribution to a charity fundraising book.
Fair enough, we should all be tightening our belts and it's good to know that the PM won't be tearing the legs off vast roast turkeys when we're all fighting for a rat haunch in the gutter but really, Gordon … "rumbledethumps"?
In January 2009, Gordon Brown submitted a recipe for rumbledethumps to a cookbook for Donaldson's School for the Deaf, describing it as his favourite food
The menu includes Elizabethan fruited pork, rumbledethumps (potatoes and cabbage), salad and trifle.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown - there's always time for rumbledethumps.