By Allan Fuller
June's quiz questions were:
1) Where in London were Scotch Eggs invented?
2) For what purpose?
1. Fortnum & Mason
2. Snack for wealthy travellers during carriage rides
Scotch eggs are a traditional British dish consisting of a shelled hard-boiled egg that is wrapped in sausage meat, covered in breadcrumbs, and then deep-fried or baked until crispy.
Fortnum & Mason, in Piccadilly London, created Scotch eggs in 1738 as a snack for wealthy travellers during carriage rides.
Congratulations to Ed Crutchley, whose name was picked out of the hat to win June's Quiz - please email email@example.com to arrange the means of receiving your champagne!