The Year of Eating Dangerously
'The Year of Eating Dangerously' is an account of the author's global odyssey in search of culinary extremes. It covers the dangers of West Country elvers, the French song-birds that are the ultimate in endangered gastronomy, and the Masaii warriors and their bloody feasts. It seeks out the links between home, food, and happiness.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jpporter - LibraryThing
This is an amusing book, if one is into "lives of the rich and famous (or members of families that wish they were rich and famous)." The book is basically a gastronomic travelogue, so don't expect ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - love2laf - LibraryThing
Now this was a glorious, unabashed, food loving book. Not just about eating the weirdest item, but more about exploring local food all over the world, and trying to approach it with an open mind and ... Read full review