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When you're on a city break, you can pretend that your main focus is seeing the sights or buying gifts for those you left behind but you'd be a total liar. Sorry but it's true.

In fact, sitting on the very top of your agenda is one word and one word only: food.

And not just any food, mind. You're after the most authentic local cuisine available. McDonald's just won't cut it.

Designer Roni Lagin has designed a set of instructional, and visually striking, prints which detail the local specialities of a selection of (mostly American) cities.

You can read more about the project here.

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