Leeds votes Bruce Bogtrotter cake as food from TV and film they would most like to try

Leeds votes Bruce Bogtrotter cake as their favourite food from TV and film.

Leeds loves chocolate- according to this survey.

Whilst it might come as no surprise to some, Leeds has voted the chocolate-covered cake from Roald Dahl’s Matilda, known as the ‘Bruce Bogtrotter cake’ as the cake that they would most like to try.

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As part of its Grill & Chill campaign with George Foreman®, Leeds residents were asked to select which famous dish they would most like to try from a some of TV and film’s most iconic foodie moments.

The study was brought in to learn more about the UK’s relationship with TV and food, and well, there’s some interesting answers.

The study found that the average adult spends 496 days of their lives deciding which takeaway they should order and what to watch on the TV, plus almost a third (32%) Leeds residents eat dinner in front of the television every night.

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So really, it’s no wonder we were ready to answer the question: which food would you most like to try from TV or in the movies?

Here’s what they said about the results: “Bruce Bogtrotter’s iconic chocolate cake from Matilda taking the number one spot with almost a quarter (24.6%) of those surveyed wanting to give it a try.

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“Animated classic Scooby Doo followed in second, with almost 23% of the city enticed by the crunchy Scooby Snacks, and the mouth-watering Cheesecake from Mama’s Little Bakery featured in cult classic Friends took the third spot.”

TV Show / ProgrammePercentage (%)
The Chocolate Cake – Matilda24.6%
Scooby Snacks – Scooby Doo22.8%
Mama’s Little Bakery’s Cheesecake – Friends14%
Beef Bourguignon – Julie & Julia12.3%
The Krusty Burger – The Simpsons10.5%
Joey’s Meatball Sub – Friends10.5%
Ratatouille – Ratatouille10.5%
Turkish Delights from The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe8.8%
The Big Kahuna Burger – Pulp Fiction8.8%
The Royale with Cheese – Pulp Fiction8.8%

Created entirely on a George Foreman Flexe Grill, there’s plenty of ways that you can make movie inspired meals within minutes.

The George Foreman website has recipes on how to make Joe from Friends’ famous meatball sub sarnie, whilst Roald Dahl’s Matilda pancakes can be made in your own home following the step-by-step instructions.

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For more information on how you can cook up your favourite movie moments, visit the Grill and Chill campaign hub on the George Foreman website.

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