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Omelette Arnold Bennett

An omelette created at The Savoy Hotel in London, sometime in the 1920"s, for the English novelist. It consists of grated Gruyere cheese and poached smoked haddock mixed into the initial egg mixture. The omelette is then glazed under a grill with a little double cream and fresh Parmesan.

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