Readers are probably aware of the brouhaha going on in England at present, where it's been discovered that up to a third of the meat in 'value burgers' sold in supermarkets is actually horsemeat rather than beef. This has upset many in a horse-loving country like England.
Giles Coren, writing in the Times, puts such people in their place.
"What on earth did you think they put in them? Prime cuts of delicious free-range, organic, rare breed, heritage beef, grass-fed, Eton-educated, humanely slaughtered, dry-aged and hand-ground by fairies...?"