A Moveable Feast

Combining two of the all time greatest ways to spend your time – eating and traveling, A Moveable Feast (PB $30) is a treasure trove of food adventures from around the world. From tacos in Tijuana to bat on the island of Fais, these 38 tales of culinary exploration will both delight and disgust. Compiled by Lonely Planet (an ever reliable source of all things travel) and including tales from Anthony Bourdain, Matt Preston and Simon Winchester, this book will keep you enthralled and laughing until the very last page (the last story is entitled The Rooster’s Head in the Soup and don’t tell me you don’t want to know what happens there!).

Edited by Don George, this is a great fun read that will make your local Thai seem a little less than exotic!


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