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• 3 years ago

Alice Bachini-Smith and her husband, Shadrach Smith, specialize in British favorites such as a meat and potato pie at their South Austin restaurant, Full English Cafe. Click through to read 10 things to know about British food. Photo by Alberto Martinez, American-Statesman

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