No mention of Quorn, made by Marlow Foods of Cleveland. Rank Hovis discovered a particle of the mushroom-like fungus - Fusarium Garminearum - 30 years ago. It owned some tradenames and, bizarrely, gave the meat-substitute one associated with a Midlands hunt, whose name means, ulcerously, a hill where millstones are got. The hunt cannot name any regular eaters of it.
CUT FROM The Girl Who Came to Supper (now in The Complete Lyrics) was "What's the Matter with a Nice Beef Stew?" Coward advises: "it fills the crevices and makes you grow / . . . when you've had a little grouse / At Lyons' Corner House / Or a steak and kidney pud at Slater's / You'll appreciate a chew, / At a nice beef stew / With greens and mashed potatoes."