Blog: Supersize with a difference

Catherine Sleep | 9 March 2006

Rarely is the word supersized spoken in a positive context. Yet if the dish in question is composed of fresh salad and fruit, that gives it a new twist.

And if you’re ripping off a multinational corporation in the process, well, that might have a certain appeal...

Creative supersizing


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