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The Land That Thyme Forgot
     

The Land That Thyme Forgot

by William Black
 

The Land That Thyme Forgot describes the intrepid gastronome's search for the heart and soul of Britain through the food we eat. William Black talks to producers and restaurateurs, visits the great and the awful, and seeks out the country's disappearing specialities. Black goes in search of lobscouse in Liverpool, finds salmon in the Severn, and cheddar

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The Land That Thyme Forgot describes the intrepid gastronome's search for the heart and soul of Britain through the food we eat. William Black talks to producers and restaurateurs, visits the great and the awful, and seeks out the country's disappearing specialities. Black goes in search of lobscouse in Liverpool, finds salmon in the Severn, and cheddar in, well, Cheddar.

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“A fascinating tour round our food roots . . . An edible H.V. Morton — I loved it and so will you.”
–Clarissa Dickson Wright

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ISBN-13:
9780552152099
Publisher:
Transworld Publishers Limited
Publication date:
05/28/2006
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

William Black is the co-author with Sophie Grigson of several bestselling books: Fish; Organic; and Travels à la Carte. He was the winner of the Glenfiddich Award for his television program, A Question of Taste. When not in Italy he lives in Oxfordshire.

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