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Food and Drink

Kippers

The four long House tables were laden with tureens of porridge, plates of kippers, mountains of toast and dishes of eggs and bacon... (CS6)

"Because you'll keep bleeding until you shrivel up, we haven't got an antidote yet," said George, helping himself to a kipper (OP12)

Ron gagged on a piece of kipper (HBP11)

Kippers are salt-cured dried fish (usually herring), sometimes served for breakfast in parts of the U.K.

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