So off they went. First to Bali, where they ignored the tourist haunts of coastal Bali in search of the simple authentic flavors found in the central highlands. This stop was also a second honeymoon for the two. Then to Australia, to taste its foods and wines, and on to the sensuous South Pacific, where they traveled to the relatively unknown French territory of New Caledonia and its small capital, Noumea, called 'the Paris of the Pacific.' Singapore for street food. Thailand for luscious contrasts in textures and flavors. China's Chiu Chow cuisine. The spicy cooking of Southern India. South Africa and a safari cookout, plus wild animals on the roam. Simple food in Provence and the Creole passions of Salvador, Brazil.
Lastly, a book from the Jamisons wouldn't be complete without some recipes. This is a fun and informative and, yes, delicious memoir, from two authors who know how to enjoy food and exotic locales.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2009|
|Número de Páginas||258|