"...a gallimaufry of Home Counties treats, averaging £15 a main course..."
What a cool word! A gallimaufry is a hotchpotch or an absurd medley, and although it can apply to just about anything, it's appropriate that the above quote comes from a restaurant review, because its original meaning is a hash of various kinds of meats, or a ragout. It comes from Old French galer 'to make merry' + mafrer 'to eat much' from the Dutch maffelen 'to open one's mouth wide'. This word is not used often enough - please try to bring it into your conversation today.
Since they are such common items in our lives, it's strange that words such as TABLE, WINDOW, DOOR and WALL have no accurate synonyms