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M&S launch the fish and chip pie

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In what sounds like the most British food news ever, Marks and Spencers is launching the fish and chip pie.

While your initial reaction might be an eye roll or even revulsion, stick with us because it actually makes total sense.

In the all-butter shortbread pie crust, we have a minted pea puree topped with cod chunks in a tartare sauce and then chips with smoked sea salt. Each pie contains around 581 calories. In case you're interested.

It'll be available from April 22nd at the price of £3.49.

Now look at this picture and tell us that you don't want to try it and we'll then call you a bare-faced liar.

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