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scar: “Taramasalata and pita or a kombu-seasoned chip.” Junda: “Eggs and caviar.” Jamie: “For a DIY canapé I can’t go past the classic whipped smoked trout and crème fraîche, either with heaps of chives, or wild fennel

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