MOTORING / High chairs and holidays competition winners

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The answers to the questions in the competition that we ran on page 60 of our 6 March issue were:

1) From which country does the hamburger originate? Germany

2) What food did Oliver Twist want more of? Gruel

3) What is the origin of the word ketchup?

It is derived from the Chinese and Malaysian for brine of pickled fish (koetsiap or kechap and other transliterations)

First prize goes to Mrs Dina Medland, from Tonbridge, who wins a long weekend for four in Egon Ronay's Family Hotel of the Year and the use of a Ford Mondeo Estate. Second and third prizes, the use of a Ford Mondeo Estate for a long weekend, go to Mrs S Geeson-Brown, of Leafield, Oxon, and David Willsher of Hertford.

There were also 100 runners up who will receive copies of Egon Ronay's Ford Guide 1994 . . . And Baby Comes Too.

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