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Teatime Launch for Recipes from The Kitchen Drawer


Everyone is invited for Sunday tea and treats! Come for an afternoon of coffee, cookies, cake, and comic books at London’s first comic book cafĂ©, Eggs Milk Butter run by Jess and Milo (above).

They will be in the company of the illustrator and visual artist Helen Ashley, who will be signing copies of her graphic cookbook Recipes From the Kitchen Drawer (Square Peg).

Helen and Eggs Milk Butter are collaborating to devise a special recipe for the day with Eggs Milk Butter, featuring a selection of exclusive speech-bubble- and thought-bubble-shaped Comica Cookies and a grand tasting ceremony! Yum-yum! Come and try them with us.

Tickets: Free, All Welcome
Where: Eggs Milk Butter, 192 Southgate Road, London, N1 3HU
When: Sunday, November 25, 2012 2-5pm

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