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Eat Smart in Brazil
How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure
Edited by Brook Soltvedt
Eat Smart Culinary Travel Guides
This paean to Brazilian cuisine contains a rich historical perspective on food origins and extensive background on regional dishes, including recipes. With the bilingual aids provided, navigating market and menu is a breeze.
This never-out-of-date culinary guidebook opens up the world of Brazilian food to travelers, students studying abroad, and foodies. The smartly designed second edition of Eat Smart in Brazil tells travelers how to find the most delicious, authentic, and adventuresome eating experiences in Brazil. The author shares the secrets she's uncovered while hunting for something good to eat-from restaurant dining to home cooking to fresh market produceto allow you to get to the heart of the culture through its cuisine.
This edition includes a new cover design, as well as an updated resources chapter. In addition, the index has been supplemented with a Portuguese translation for each English entry, making the book more useful for any traveler.
Joan Peterson is an experienced world traveler and the author of Eat Smart guides to the food of Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Poland, Morocco, India, Peru and Turkey.
Of related interest, from Ginkgo Press:
There are ten titles in the Eat Smart series, so you can embark on tasting adventures to Germany, Norway, France, Mexico, Poland, Peru, Moroco, Turkey, Sicily, India, and Indonesia.
Inquiries regarding review copies, events, and interviews can be directed to the publicity department at email@example.com or (608) 263-0734.
LC: 94-096252 TX
160 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
8 page color insert; b/w illus., maps
Paper $13.95 t
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