Are you hankering after some new wall fodder? In need of some food-and-drink-inspired travel? Searching for that perfect foodie gift? Allow us to serve up an appetising suggestion.
Featuring nearly 700 (very tenuously) food-and-drink-related Great British place names, ST&G's Slightly Overcooked Map of Tasty British Place Names is the perfect kitchen wall accessory, gastronomic road trip planner or present for unashamed foodies.
More Tea, Mr. Tincleton?
From Teapot in Stirling to Greedy Gut in Yorkshire, from Water-Ma-Trout in Cornwall to Rumblings in the Shetland Islands, Great Britain is not exactly starved of gastronomically-themed place names. For the first time in history, this little-known but highly enjoyable fact is being made available in the form of an A3-sized print, as cartographers extraordinaire Strumpshaw, Tincleton & Giggleswick proudly present their Slightly Overcooked Map of Tasty British Place Names.
Oh Strumpshaw, You're Spoiling Us
Not only is the Slightly Overcooked Map of Tasty British Place Names a mouth-watering visual feast, but also delightfully entertaining and - dare we say it - educational, a kind of cartographical amuse-bouche that will tickle the taste buds and whet the appetite for some adventure around our green and pleasant land.
The Slightly Overcooked Map of Tasty British Place Names is available as:
- An A3-sized print (standard 'Classic' edition £18, or personalised 'Deluxe' edition £36), or
- A 100% cotton tea towel (£12).