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This is William Black's investigation into the heart and soul of British food. The intrepid gastronome talks to producers and restauranteurs, visits the great and the awful, and seeks out the country's disappearing specialities - tripe, Singing Hinnies, solomongundy, Hindle wakes, Sussex Pond pudding and flummery. Great names, but who on earth still eats them, let alone cooks them? A best-selling cookery writer, William Black was also winner of the Glenfiddich award for his TV series, A Question of Taste.