Shrimps

In the USA, shrimp means any old prawn, but over here in Blighty we reserve the name for just one special kind of prawn, a small one which is abundant in our waters and has, ohhh, the most fabulous savoury taste, most famously presented as the Morecambe Bay potted shrimp, but also very popular just as it comes.

In the USA, shrimp means any old prawn, but over here in Blighty we reserve the name for just one special kind of prawn, a small one which is abundant in our waters and has, ohhh, the most... read more »
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Shrimps

In the USA, shrimp means any old prawn, but over here in Blighty we reserve the name for just one special kind of prawn, a small one which is abundant in our waters and has, ohhh, the most fabulous savoury taste, most famously presented as the Morecambe Bay potted shrimp, but also very popular just as it comes.

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Two pots of potted shrimp turned upside down with lemon
Potted shrimps
The genuine Morecambe Bay article ready to eat, in clarified butter. The traditional accompaniment is a generous pile of thinly sliced bread and butter and a pot of tea. But you should try tipping a pot onto a very hot crispy baked...
From £4.40 £5.50
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A bowl of peeled brown shrimps on ice
Peeled brown shrimps
A British favourite. Imagine peeling these little guys? They are small, sweet and moreish. These little brown shrimps are cooked and peeled. They tails are frozen together in a 100g bag so when you defrost them you'll need to eat them...
From £7.70 £8.50
A sieve full of whole cooked brown shrimps
Whole brown shrimps
Busy fingers? Take an hour or so to peel a bag of our whole brown shrimps. They are quite small and tricky to peel but if you have the patience you might find this very fulfillling. Brown shrimp have a much more savoury taste than...
From £24.70
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