Featuring the steakhouses of Buenos Aires, the smokehouses of Connemara, Malay food markets and the Cajun restaurants of New Orleans, amongst others, the first Lonely Planet Guide for foodies travels.
Food Trails: Plan 52 Perfect Weekends in the World’s Tastiest Destinations, Melbourne, Lonely Planet, 2016.
Published at the end of 2017, this book has achieved cult status. The author, editor-in-chief of www.punchdrink.com, outlines the basis of today’s wine code, released from the shackles of the social conventions of the past.
Jon Bonné, The New Wine Rules: A Genuinely Helpful Guide to Everything You Need to Know, Berkeley, Ten Speed Press, 2017.
Written by one of the top wine journalists, this virtual encyclopaedia discusses the legendary Japanese spirit in all its forms – from a gourmet food and historical perspective to society and mythology. Fascinating.
Anthony Rose, Sake and the wines of Japan, Oxford, Infinite Ideas, 2018.
Featuring maps, recipes, portraits, drawings and archives, this excellent book was originally published in French. With over 400 pages, it is bursting at the seams with information and anecdotes about French cuisine and is now available in English.
Francois-Régis Gaudry, Let’s Eat France!, New York, Workman Publishing, 2018.
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