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    Eating England

    ISBN-10: 1840003510
    ISBN-13: 9781840003512
    Edition: N/A
    Author(s): Hattie Ellis
    Description: Eating England reveals the fascinating social history of classic English foods, from Marmite to Spam, from Liquorice Allsorts to fish and chips, explaining the traditions behind why the English eat what they eat.
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