Life-changing year for creators of "Macbeth" haggis toastie

It has been a monumental year for haggis toastie business Deeney’s.

In 2017 the East London business was rated one of London’s Best Sandwiches by Time Out, they sold their first franchise to Tokyo and four weeks ago proprietors Carol Deeney, 30, and Paddy Dwyer, 32, tied the knot in Aberdeen.

The couple met through mutual friends at a music festival in Berlin. He worked in digital marketing and she worked in advertising but, having grown up working in her mum Diana’s café, Carol longed for the bustle of the food industry.

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She said: “Street food was a great way to get into the London food scene and low-risk. My friend was selling venison burgers from a market stall, so I helped her out to get a feel for things.