Pub Grub

Front Cover, Jul 3, 2008 - 67 pages
Pub Grub is a collection of traditional, family and ancient recipes for some of Britain's best food. In this book you will find the food that has sustained everyone from the cavalcade of Chaucer's characters, to modern day workersin pubs and inns all over the British Isles.This is good, hearty, flavorsome fare designed to be accompanied by a real ale or a good cider.These recipes were collected and edited by Giles Hawkins, a native of England, and expatriate, living in Texas. When not working Giles spends his hours cooking, and longing for good pub grub and a pint.

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