Lonely Planet's Food Lover's Guide to the World

Lonely Planet's Food Lover's Guide to the WorldThe world is your Food Lover'sPDFEPUB #189oyster Or hot dog Or gozleme Or camembertWhen we travel, it's often love at first bite Food Lover's Guide to the World presents a lifetime of eating experiences what will lead you from one end of the globe to the other Take your tastebuds on a tour Lonely Planet'sKindle around the world and cook up your next great culinary adventureIncludes Celebrity foodlover contributionsBest places to find local dishes in cities great and smallCultural tips and howtoeat etiquetteIntroductions by Mark Bittman and James OselandMore thanrecipes to cook back homeWith rich photography and a comprehensive exploration Planet's Food Lover'sPDF #10003of the world's great food traditions, this is the perfect gift for the adventurous foodie in your lifeAbout Lonely Planet Started in , Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an awardwinning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves inTripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awardswinner in Favorite Travel Guide category'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other'New York Times'Lonely Planet It's on everyone's bookshelves it's in every traveller's hands It's on mobile phones It's on the Internet It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world'Fairfax Media Australia Food Lover's Guide to the World presents a lifetime of eating experiences what will lead you from one end of the globe to the other, accompanied by sumptuous photography throughout Take your tastebuds on a tour around the world and cook up your next great culinary adventuremedialonelyplanetonixfeGOODREPRUKLonely Planet FoodGOODREPRUKLonely Planet Global LimitedlonelyplanetAUWORLDinininlbmmmmmmkgGRANTHAM BOOK SERVICESWORLDLonely PlanetTradeGBPWORLDZLonely PlanetTradeGBPWORLDZ.

OUR STORYA beatup old Food Lover's PDF/EPUB car, a few dollars in the pocket and a sense of adventure In that’s all Tony and Maureen Wheeler needed for the trip of a lifetime – across Europe and Asia overland to Australia It took several months, and at the end – broke but inspired – they sat Lonely Planet's Kindle at their kitchen table writing and stapling together their first travel guide, Across Asia on the Cheap Within a week th.

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  • Paperback
  • 324 pages
  • Lonely Planet's Food Lover's Guide to the World
  • Lonely Planet
  • 12 March 2018
  • 9781743603635

10 thoughts on “Lonely Planet's Food Lover's Guide to the World

  1. Elese says:

    Outdated and frustratingly little information on the kinds of cuisine not as well-known in the West (ie Ethiopia gets a paragraph while Spain gets a chapter), heavy focus on continental cuisine. Still a useful little read for food trivia.

  2. Amanda says:

    A great exploration of the world and its foods with beautiful photography and a couple of decent recipes.

    However as an Australian barista of many years if someone were to say "Bonza brew mate" to me I would probably laugh and wonder if you were taking the mickey. Makes me wonder how accurate the rest of the book is.

  3. Shell says:

    I’m a foodie. I am also a world traveller so this book had to be written for me. Written by the wonderful people at Lonely Planet this book is filled with luscious photography and delicious words to awaken us to what you can expect to find in the country that you are wanting to go to or have an interest in.

    While it may not be jammed packed with recipes it does give the reader a taste of at least one or two dishes that make that country’s food famous on the right hand side or left hand side of the page. In China (the first country on the list) there is a recipe for Jiag Zi also known to most of us as Pork and Cabbage dumplings and over the page a recipe on the left for Tofu with Shitake and Ginger. And because China is a large country there are several other recipes to tempt our tastebuds (one on Noodles and another on Peking Duck) and then there is a section on Tea before winding up the chapter on some of China ‘s festivals that are on throughout the year.

    But what is a bit odd about the book is how it jumps from China to France and then onto Germany. I would have written it with going onto parts of Asia or something if it were my book but there we go...

    It’s a well thought out book jamming lots into it and makes me want to jump on the next plane to a new destination. I bought this book gleefully hoping it would have my favourite dinner in it and it did thank goodness. My favourite can be found towards the back of the book on page 297. If you want a clue it originates from a little Chinese island known as Hainan. It mentions to serve it with chilli, ginger, and soy sauces but I also like mine with sliced cucumber and a spring (green) onion dipping sauce made with sesame oil and garlic.

    The final destination in the book is the Subcontinent. Think India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka etc... A rather big chunk of the world. Unfortunately for me there is very little information on such a vast place and it feels the authors were running low on time to get this book finished. Touching on wonderful food such as Sri Lanka’s Hoppers, India’s Kebabs, Dhal, Momos, Tibetian Butter Tea, there are no recipes to accompany this, rather we have to read back to pages 71 to 85 to find recipes from India which unfortunately doesn’t include Hoppers that are also equally as famous in India or Momos which are very much like the Chinese dumplings but the wrapper is much more thicker... Oh well perhaps another book will include these!

  4. Mitchel Ann says:

    If you're looking for a book that feeds your wanderlust, this may come in handy. It is full of beautiful pictures of food, people and places with clear enough description of various cuisines and signature dishes of each country/region. Some chapters include the interesting histories of a country's cuisine alongside fun little facts about individual ingredients or cooking methods.
    However if you thought you were getting a recipe book for food from around the world, you're going to be quite disappointed. There are maybe a couple of recipes from the different countries featured in the book but more often than not you'll see the book mention a 'must eat' delicacy from (example) Nepal but there won't be a recipe that accompanies the pictures and history of this dish (like traditional momos). I will admit, the recipes that are included in this book seem to be of notable, popular dishes in their respective country. But I do think it can be slightly skewed towards more notable cuisine hubs (with China, Spain and Italy getting whole chapters, but places like Nepal and Ethiopia getting barely a page)
    Overall, if you're like me, this is worth buying when it's on sale since it caught your eye and turning the pages make you feel nice and happy because it either reminds you of all the good food you've had from a particular country or it invokes a craving for food you've not had the chance to try.

  5. Carol says:

    While I didn't find many recipes in this that I would actually make at home it was still a fun culinary tour through the world. It was beautifully photographed and I see myself using it more as a coffee table book than a cookbook.

  6. Katerina Arsenova says:

    Прекрасна книга за ценители !!!!

  7. Mills College Library says:

    910.202 F6866 2012

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