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Entrepreneur Georgina Symonds has expanded her home baking goods business by taking over the food concession at Southampton Rangers Sports Club.

Ms Symonds has reopened the take-out restaurant as Island Foods, and is operating it now from 6:30 am right through to 10pm daily.

She said she will be serving everything from quick pancake and egg breakfasts to a variety of sandwiches, fish cakes, beef pies, vegetable dishes and fried chicken.

Codfish breaksfast will be on the menu every Sunday for $15.

Ms Symonds, who operated V&’G’s Bakery out of her home, said her Zamadd’s brand popcorn, muffins, banana bread, cakes and other baked goods will also be sold at the restaurant.

She said Island Foods is open to the general public and she is accepting special orders for baked goods and parties.

As well as sports fans, Ms Symonds said she hopes “to cater to taxi drivers, truckers and others out early who want to grab a quick breakfast”.

Bon appetit: Georgina Symonds with two hamburgers she made at her new restaurant Island Foods, based at Southampton Rangers

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Published August 10, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated August 10, 2011 at 10:49 am)

Symonds takes over Rangers concession

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