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Tasty trips: 10 delicious reads for food lovers


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country’s
Tuscan Sun
The Food Explorer
The Spice Necklace
Knife, Fork
Longthroat Memoirs
Dunlop
Vogue


Fernet Branca
James Hamilton Paterson
Daniel Stone
David Fairchild
Bill Buford
Michel Richard
Laura Esquivel
Tita De La Garza
Anne Vanderhoof
Receta
Bon Appetit
Peter Mayle
Yemisi Aribisala
Jeffrey Steingarten
Edward Lee
James Beard Award


Cooking
Italian
American
French
Francophile
Spanish
British
France’s
Nigerian
Chinese
Cambodian


Caribbean


Corkscrew


Allessandra
Italy
Austria
Lyon
Mexico
France
Sichuan
China
London
the United States
Clarksdale
Mississippi
Lowell
Massachusetts

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Summary

Food-focused travel books can give you a taste for flavorful places such as Allessandra, Italy. From culinary memoirs (with recipes on the side) to a comic novel that gorges on Italian cooking, these 10 books should satisfy your hunger for words—and the food destinations beyond your doorstep.This is the latest entry (or perhaps, entrée?) in our series “Around the World in Books,” and it serves up tomes with prose so detailed and deliciously wrought, you can almost taste what’s on their pages. I could probably subsist for a decade or more on the food energy I have thriftily wrapped around various parts of my body.”Buttermilk Graffiti: A Chef’s Journey to Discover America’s New Melting-Pot Cuisine (2018) by Edward Lee. The award-winning American chef turned James Beard Award-winning writer travels to left-of-the-dial locations in the United States to gain a better understanding of the diverse food traditions and culinary creators that bind us together—from a Lebanese–Christian community in Clarksdale, Mississippi, to Cambodian restaurants in Lowell, Massachusetts.What tasty, travel-inspiring books are you reading?

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