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Brains and Brawn... Trotters and Tripe By 1001 Cooks
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Forgotten & Forbidden Foods From Old Cook Books! This extraordinary recipe book will make your eyes water, and, possibly, your mouth! Even if you're dubious about the eating scrapple or... More > head-cheese, it makes a highly entertaining read. Learn how our not-so distant ancestors found a use for just about every part of the cow, sheep, and pig, plus a long list of more unusual species... Plenty of ideas for jaded dinner party hosts with demanding guests! This cookery compilation makes a great novelty gift for epicures and gourmets, a wonderful talking-point for the bookshelf, but also contains invaluable, comprehensive reference material for serious cooks who want to stretch their horizons... How to skin skunk or eel, make a squirrel pie, or bear hams... Here's how to make your own haggis, chitterlings, fagots, black pudding, prepare sweetbreads... plus Peculiar Puddings, Surprising Soups, Sickroom Feasts, Fowl Ideas, plus the proper way to serve molluscs, reptiles and amphibians...< Less
Brains and Brawn... Trotters and Tripe By 1001 Cooks
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Forgotten & Forbidden Foods From Old Cook Books! This extraordinary recipe book will make your eyes water, and, possibly, your mouth! Even if you're dubious about the eating scrapple or... More > head-cheese, it makes a highly entertaining read. Learn how our not-so distant ancestors found a use for just about every part of the cow, sheep, and pig, plus a long list of more unusual species... Plenty of ideas for jaded dinner party hosts with demanding guests! This cookery compilation makes a great novelty gift for epicures and gourmets, a wonderful talking-point for the bookshelf, but also contains invaluable, comprehensive reference material for serious cooks who want to stretch their horizons... How to skin skunk or eel, make a squirrel pie, or bear hams... Here's how to make your own haggis, chitterlings, fagots, black pudding, prepare sweetbreads... plus Peculiar Puddings, Surprising Soups, Sickroom Feasts, Fowl Ideas, plus the proper way to serve molluscs, reptiles and amphibians...< Less
Tripe and Spanish onions By Geoff Sadler
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JOHN AND ANNE HAMMOND have burnt their boats. John has taken early retirement, they have sold their suburban bungalow and bought a cottage in southern Spain. Life will be perpetual sunshine and cheap... More > booze. But the realities of everyday living intrude. Encounters with builders, bureaucracy, odd-job men and their attempts to integrate into their new life are frustratingly humourous. John tries writing a best seller and his wife takes up painting again. But when they have to contend with the Spanish driving test and the traumas of family visitors, forest fires and the late hours of Spanish friends, the pressure becomes intense. Our naive Brits sit on their terrace, the sun warm on their backs drinking wine and contemplating their new, palm-fringed swimming pool. Across the valley, whitewashed cottages cluster around a blue-domed church. ‘Oo-o,’ Anne says. ‘It’s ever so nice!’ John nods. ‘I’ve never been one to complain.’ ‘Yes you are,’ says his better half. ‘You complain all the blooming time.’< Less
TRIPE A Globe Trotter's Offal Tales By PETER BEAR
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The Immodest Hammock By Bill Dodds
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The Immodest Hammock is Bill Dodds' second collection of poetry. The poems in this collection span generations, and reflect Bill's love of the unity of past and present. Bill celebrates his... More > Liverpool Irish Nan with a childhood recollection of her oxtail soup laced with sherry, and the taste of tripe stewed with onions and milk. He praises friendship in a sensual series of poems set in France one of which is the 'The Immodest Hammock'.< Less
The Immodest Hammock: A Poetry Collection By Bill Dodds
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The Immodest Hammock is Bill Dodds' second collection of poetry. The poems in this collection span generations, and reflect Bill's love of the unity of past and present. Bill celebrates his Liverpool... More > Irish Nan with a childhood recollection of her oxtail soup laced with sherry, and the taste of tripe stewed with onions and milk. He praises friendship in a sensual series of poems set in France one of which is the 'The Immodest Hammock'.< Less
Moonwalking With Horses By Ben Pridmore
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A collection of nonsense stories, poems, plays and miscellaneous drivel from the mind of a former World Memory Champion. Horses feature with surprising prominence. For your money, you get well over... More > a hundred pages of tightly-packed surrealist tripe, and a guaranteed (in the non-legally-binding meaningless sense of the word) laugh here and there.< Less
Moonwalking With Horses By Ben Pridmore
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A collection of nonsense stories, poems, plays and miscellaneous drivel from the mind of a former World Memory Champion. Horses feature with surprising prominence. For your money, you get well over... More > a hundred pages of tightly-packed surrealist tripe, and a guaranteed (in the non-legally-binding meaningless sense of the word) laugh here and there.< Less
'A Devon Miscellany' - Calendar 2012 By Jason Sullock
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"Being a 2012 calendar of Devonshire folklore, weather, dialect, wrecks, epidemics, news and other local history" An ideal Christmas present for anyone researching their Devon family... More > history, or who is interested in the customs and people of Devonshire. Each month has a vintage colour postcard of a named Devon city, town or village; all the holidays marked; and a variety of interesting and colourful local characters and happenings by date. For example: "Wednesday 11th January - 1636 Brampford Speke Curate accused of drinking and immorality with parishioners" "Dialect: 'Like a Cat in a Tripe shop'... someone who is restless" "Thursday 28th June - 1838: The Great Western Canal is opened"< Less