The Hairy Bikers Ride Again

The Hairy Bikers Ride Again

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By (author) Si King, By (author) Dave Myers

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  • Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 256 pages
  • Dimensions: 197mm x 269mm x 23mm | 1,082g
  • Publication date: 4 December 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0718149092
  • ISBN 13: 9780718149093
  • Illustrations note: 200 colour photographs
  • Sales rank: 106,950

Product description

Dave and Si are back carving up the roads of the world on their motorbikes in search of adventurous food and foodie adventures. Their first book was a top-five bestseller and book two delivers more of the same: more laid-back, interesting food, more travel tales and fascinating stories, more humour and lots more fun. Their infectious enthusiasm and natural charm makes them a joy to watch and their delicious, relaxed food is a pleasure to cook and eat. The Hairy Bikers are hungry for more ...'"The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook" is not so much a breath of fresh air as who left the bleeding door open ...' - "Guardian".

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Dave Myers was born and bred in Barrow-in-Furness and his versatile skills have taken him to some unusual places. He worked as a furnace man in a steelworks to finance his Master's degree in fine arts before joining the BBC as a make-up artist, specializing in prosthetics. He has worked on many feature films and television series including Spooks. Si King is a big, blond-bearded biker from Newcastle, where he lives with his partner and three children. His infectious laugh and friendly charm have served him well for many years working as a first assistant director and locations manager for film and television, most recently for Harry Potter.

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The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook is not so much a breath of fresh air as who left the bleeding door open ...? Guardian