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A Jewish immigrant, Joseph Malin, opened the first recorded combined fish-and-chip shop in London in 1860 or in 1865; a Mr Lees pioneered the concept in the North of England, in Mossley, in 1863.Fish and chips - Wikipedia

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    It’s nice to see someone else have what we think is the […] of the most popular posts on my website is my reprint of a promotional recipe book issued by Moncton’s Cy’s Seafood Restaurant in about the 1960s. Unfortunately, there was no […]

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    You did a wonderful job at not only describing your task at hand, but for also describing Sean (Collins) as being so very present… which he is! Shirley Smallwood Moncton’s Cy’s Seafood Restaurant vintage recipe book sure to bring back memories I have been reading your column for as long as you started and just wanted to share for example today’s column about ‘Trying to make sense of Christmas songs. ’ It made me laugh so hard that I had tears in my eyes. It was so very funny!! Rita Duplessis Those of you who either grew up in Moncton or visited Moncton on a regular basis probably remember the old Cy’s Seafood Restaurant which existed on the site of the current Château Moncton.

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    It’s nicely designed and really well written with lots of useful and helpful information in each edition, especially if you live in New Brunswick and are interested in social media and communications. David Hawkins Great article on Amy Winehouse. I am a huge fan of hers and was heartbroken by the news of her death.

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    Shirley Long There was no copyright information in the recipe book, so I consider this to be in the public domain. It was likely used as a promotional item many years ago. Click on each photo for a larger version

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    (Editor’s note: For a PDF version of the book, click here. ) Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes cover Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 1 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 2 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 3 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 4 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 5 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 6 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 7 Cy’s Seafood Restaurant Old Favorite Recipes – Page 8 Hump Day: Chef Speranza’s great Cy’s legacy lives online | Brian Cormier says:

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