Food: A Taste of the Road

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Richard Sterling
Travelers' Tales, Incorporated, 1996 - Food - 444 pages
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Review: Food: A Taste of the Road

User Review  - Tami - Goodreads

An amazing read. Some neat food quotes are sprinkled throughout the chapters, and some chapters even have recipes. Read full review

Review: Food: True Stories of Life on the Road (Travelers' Tales Guides)

User Review  - Vivian Thomas - Goodreads

One of my favorite travel stories of all time is in this book. The one about the guy trying to find authentic cuisine in Morocco. The intensity with which he describes a fairly mundane situation is hilarious. Read full review

Contents

Apron Strings
3
Feast of the Pig
14
A Tibetan Picnic
21
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

RICHARD STERLING IS AN AUTHOR of and contributor to numerous cookbooks and guidebooks covering California, Latin America, and Asia. Richard is well known in the Bay Area for his varied and eclectic accomplishments.

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