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Can you name the before and after foods and famous people?

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FoodsAnswerFamous people
Traditional sandwich with three ingredients: two vegetables and one meatActor who played George O'Malley in 'Grey's Anatomy'
Red lamb curry of Persian origianAmerican singer of 'You Raise Me Up, 'The Prayer' and 'Higher Window'
Fig biscuit named after a town in Massachusetts, not the scientistUS 2012 Republican presidential candidate
American ice cream and frozen yoghurt chainAmerican Singer and actress who played Mama in 2002's film version of 'Chicago'
Hot Chinese caffeinated drink shown to have numerous health benefitsAmerican actress of 'Deep Impact' and 'Fun with Dick and Jane', and David Duchonvy's estranged wife
Cocktail consisting of vodka, tomato juice and Worcestershire sauceBritish designer who may or may not have invented the mini-skirt
Any type of precured or cooked meat served coldStage name of Marvin Lee Aday
Cocktail consisting of cognac and crème de cacaoRussian poet and author of 'Eugene Onegin'
Dehydrated herb with a bitter taste, namedropped in Simon and Garfunkel's 'Scarborough Fair'American female singer of 'Mambo Italiano' and Bing Crosby's co-star in 'White Christmas'
Scottish breed of beef cattleFormer presenter of the BBC's 'Have I Got News For You'
FoodsAnswerFamous people
The simplest version of a circular Italian foodstuffBritish presenter and DJ who currently hosts shows on Heart and Classic FM
British suet pudding with humorous nameAmerican actor renowned for the worst ever Cockney accent in film history
Breakfast dish of poached eggs, bacon and English muffin, with Hollandaise sauceBritish actor whose roles include Vincent Vang Gogh, Stephen Hawking and Sherlock Holmes
American ground-beef sandwich, also known as 'slushburgers' or 'wimpies'British singer who duetted with Jennifer Warnes on 'Up Where We Belong' from 'An Officer and a Gentleman'
Fine sugar used to decorate cakes and dessertsAmerican boxer named 'Greatest fighter of the 20th century' by Associated Press, and 'Greatest boxer in history' by ESPN
Louisiana seafood sandwich on French breadFlamboyant lead singer of Culture Club
French savoury tart with cheese and baconBritish morning talk-show hostess
American semi-hard cheese often used in burgers and Mexican cuisineCuddly star of 'Shallow Hal', 'School of Rock' and 'Kung Fu Panda'
Preserved green stems used for decorating cakesAmerican actress who starred in 'The Witches' and 'The Addams Family'
Root spice used in biscuits and cookies, in certain soft drinks and as a cure for nauseaFred Astaire's dancing partner

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