今期必中刘邦打一生肖
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Newlyweds feed 280 guests with food 'destined for the bin'A waste-conscious couple served t

heir 280 wedding guests to a lavish banquet with fo

od that was destined for the bin. Kayley and Joe Tilston were determined to serve up an amazing spread but also wanted to recycle and reuse as much as possible thro

ughout their wedding day. They served up sea bream, sea bass, ox, pork ribs and chicken, and they were even able to offer vegan and gluten-free options too. Their guests were only l

et into the secret when the bride and groom made the announcement after they tucked in. They added that many were shocked and gaspe

d while others said it was incredible and went back for s

econds. The buf

fet served 280 people (Image: Asadour Guzelian) Guests were impressed (Image: Asadour Guzelian) Read MoreRelated ArticlesParents send RNLI bill for 7 lilo after child saved in 7,000 helicopter rescue Speaking to the BBC about her wedding at Victoria Hall in Saltaire, West Yo

rkshire, Kayley, 34, said she and her new husband try to avoid waste wherever p

ossible. We will always be creative about what we can cook from leftovers to avoid throwing them away, so the idea really combined our morals with the logistics of catering for so many people. The average wedding breakfast can cost up to 25 per person or more, so with nearly 300 mouths to feed it made sense. Many went back for more (Image: Asadour Guzelian)今期必中刘邦打一生肖 The couple were aiming to stop food waste (Image: Asadour Guzelian) Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherou

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vices of The Real Junk Food Project which runs pay what you like cafes which also sel

l waste food to stop it going to landfill. The food was re-imagined as a selection of canapes and a festival-style buffet served up in recycled cardboard packaging. The Tilstons paid around 5 a head to feed their guests, saving them hundreds.