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Edible Book Festivals

Posted at 2:44AM Tuesday 01 Apr 2014

On (or around — they show some flexibility) 1 April it's again International Edible Book Festival time.

As that official site notes, it's not just for April Fool's Day's sake — 1 April is also: "the birthday of French gastronome Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin".

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