The Guardian – Jay Rayner

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Regis Crepy, the chef behind Suffolk restaurants Maison Bleu in Bury-St-Edmunds and the Great House at Lavenham, has a new online venture with his son Alex, called Amelie, named after his daughter. They’re selling kits for making flam-kuche, a square, ingredient-topped flatbread with its origins in 14th-century Alsace, which is on nodding terms with a pizza. Each kit contains four bases and toppings, with the likes of mozzarella, olives and pepperoni, for £18.95 (plus shipping) or goat’s cheese, caramelised onions, beetroot and pine nuts, for £19.95. For those in Cambridge, they also operate out of the Grafton Centre (

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