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Egg, Bacon, Chips & Beans: 50 Great Cafes and the Stuff That Makes Them…

by Russell Davies

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Join us in this exquisite tribute to the most mouth-watering of all British institutions as we present a guide to the UK's best greasy spoons and a dissection of exactly what it takes to make the perfect fry-up. Based on the Yahoo award-winning website, this is more than just an homage to our nation's favourite dish—the book is also an indespensible guide to the finest cafes in the UK. This book also contains the handy bean colour-wheel to do away with bean-hue concerns, a personal history of how the great British fry-up evolved, and an in depth discussion of the pros and cons of the sugar spout.… (more)
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Join us in this exquisite tribute to the most mouth-watering of all British institutions as we present a guide to the UK's best greasy spoons and a dissection of exactly what it takes to make the perfect fry-up. Based on the Yahoo award-winning website, this is more than just an homage to our nation's favourite dish—the book is also an indespensible guide to the finest cafes in the UK. This book also contains the handy bean colour-wheel to do away with bean-hue concerns, a personal history of how the great British fry-up evolved, and an in depth discussion of the pros and cons of the sugar spout.

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