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Not another cook book but a wonderfully made and well researched guide through British food's finest:
"From old favourites such as Cumberland sausages and Bakewell puddings to cutting-edge micro-brewing and artisanal cheeses, Food Britannia is both a magnificent journey through the country's culinary past and a celebration of today's vibrant food scene."
545 pages of highly entertaining texts for foodlovers and mouthwatering pictures will surely inspire you where to go and what to try next time you're in Britain! Includes an elaborate index.
Title: Food Britannia
Author: Andrew Wenn
Publisher: Random House
Place and Year of Publication: London 2011
Format: Hardcover with dustjacket
Size: ca. 24x15,5cm
Condition: New, slight storage traces on dustjacket
If you like to combine holidays with new experiences and skills, this book is for you!
"Most of the courses are set in areas of outstanding natural beauty or strong cultural interest, where you can learn new cookery skills or how to make and restore furniture; fashion jewellery and wrought iron; take up dance or choreography; write fiction; learn Reiki and other therapies; or wander the countryside with an expert learning to identify mushrooms. Try an archeolgical dig if you're feeeling active - the list is long and varied.
This holiday guide is painstakingly compiled by a body of independent researchers using local knowledge to bring you wonderful locations and intriguing holidays thoughout the British Isles."
Title: Holiday Courses
Author: Adam Barnes; Lisa Plumridge (Ed.)
Place and Year of Publication: Oxford 2005
Size: ca. 23x15cm
Condition: New, slight abrasion from storage
Historical descriptions of English landscapes, primarily intended as a source of information about who owned what and where, for the gentry who wanted to establish lineage and the descent of land tenure.
Charles Lancaster has examined the town and country suryes by antiquarians in the 17th century and selected the most interesting examples, organised them by region and provided them with detailed introductions. Including writers as John Stow, William Dugdale, Elias Ashmole, Daniel Defoe... this is a book for readers interested in national and local history and for lovers of English scenery.
Title: Seeing England
Author: Charles Lancaster (Ed.)
Publisher: Nonsuch Publishing
Place and Year of Publication: Chalford 2008
Size: ca. 23,5x15,5cm
Condition: New, storage traces
The incredible story of Tom Hart Dyke, who was held captive by guerillas between Panama and Columbia and tried to keep his sanity by dreaming of a "world garden" that he actually started to create after he was safely back in Kent at his ancient family home, Lullingstone Castle.
An Englishman's Home charts the highs and lows of Tom's quest to build his garden with plants from all over the globe and make it a tourist attraction and centre for plant enthusiasts. With many fascinating photos added to illustrate Tom's fantastic project, this book is a glorious tale of English eccentricity in full bloom and of course a treat for every passionate gardener.
Title: An Englishman's Home
Author: Tom Hart Dyke
Publisher: Random House
Place and Year of Publication: London 2007
Size: ca.19,5x12,5 cm
For every letter of the ABC an association with some iconic UK object from Arthur to Zero Degrees Longitude, artistically illustrated and suitable for schools, language classes, conversation... and everyone who likes the UK! Find out about all things British in this Amazing, Brilliant, Creative, Decorative and Entertaining alphabet celebration of the UK and its vibrant cultuaral identity.
Title: ABC UK
Author: James Dunn, Helen Bate (Ill.)
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Place and Year of Publication: London 2009
Size: ca. 25x25cm
Julia Bell and Jackie Gay have brought together twenty-four outstanding writers, including Lesley Glaister, Kevin Sampson, Julia Darling, Andrea Ashworth, Harland Miller, Alexei Sayle, Julie Burchill, Jane Rogers, Joolz Denby and David Almond in this brilliant anthology that boldly examines the contemporary landscape of England.
"England Calling draws an utterly convincing literary map of this restless nation as it wriggles in the throes of a profound identity crisis. It works as a social document but also, much more importantly, as a simply terrific story collection - full of humour, tragedy, hope, despair, struggle and triumph - just like the country whose ever-changing moods it sets out to record." Jonathan Coe
Title: England Calling
Author: Julia Bell, Jackie Gay (Ed.)
Place and Year of Publication: London 2002
Size: ca. 19,5x12,5
A great little comic-style introduction into the Fab Four, ideal for school or as a clever gift for fans. Brassey presents facts and fun facts and lots of poignant illustrations that arouse curiosity and keep the information in the readers' minds.
Title: The Beatles
Author: Richard Brassey
Publisher: Orion Children's Books
Place and Year of Publication: London 2003
Size: ca. 18,5x17cm
Condition: New, minimal storage traces on the back
Viel Spaß mit Statistik aus der 79.größten Nation der Welt - für Großbritannien-Fans, Englischlehrer, Schlaumeier... die schon immer wissen wollten, wie lange der Durchschnittsbrite duscht, wo man die schlechtbezahltesten Jobs und die fanatischsten Heimwerker findet oder warum, statistisch gesehen, jeder nach Southend-on-Sea ziehen sollte....
Titel: 8 Out of 10 Brits
Autor: Charlie Croker
Verlag: Arrow Books
Erscheinungsort und -jahr: London 2009
Größe: ca. 17,5x11cm
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