Extreme Cuisine: Exotic Tastes from Around the World

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Lonely Planet, 2009 - Travel - 135 pages
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Imagine tucking into grasshoppers as you wander the Mercado Benito market in Oaxaca, Mexico, or chowing down on juicy witchetty grubs on your travels through Central Australia - such meals can be the perfect entr e to a culture. In this book you'll find over 50 delicacies that creep, crawl, sizzle and spit, where they originated from and wher eyou can experience them. You may not salivate over blood, scorpions, chicken's knees or partially digested coffee beans, but travel long enough and you're bound to meet someone who does. "Extreme Cuisine" is sure to challenge your idea of what makes good eating.
 

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