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Tasty from A to Z,
This review is from: The Mish-MASH Dictionary of Marmite (Paperback)
Maggie Hall's Mish Mash Dictionary of Marmite is full of fascinating and fun facts. It's a surprising blend of product info, history, recipes, cartoons and reasons for brand loyalty or loathing. What a grand tour of the British psyche and sense of humor, as well as its breakfast table. Yes, it is an ideal bathroom book, but I couldn't put it down. Was just too anxious to read the next silly, sexy, touching, ironic, or helpful item -- most of which were revelations. Your UK friends and closet Anglophiles like me may appreciate this book the most, but almost anyone will enjoy it. People who love Marmite, or love to hate it, are everywhere. As I learned from M3 -- Mish Mash Marmite -- the salty spread has even traveled to outer space! For the record: Marmite isn't my thing. Make mine peanut butter & jelly on a toasted English muffin, thank you.