Book Borough Market: Edible Histories
Britons have been munching on fruit and veg, drinking tea and coffee, and using oils and spices for generations - but have you ever stopped to think how our most loved foods came to be the way they are now? This culinary journey reveals the most fascinating, surprising and downright bizarre stories behind Britain's favourite tipples and nibbles, from the strawberry which owes its name to a French spy to the illegal trade which supplied three-quarters of the nation's tea.
- Author: Riddaway, Mark
- Pages: 288
- Dimensions: 222x138mm