I'm not a foodie by any means and I certainly can't tell the difference between Gaelic smoked salt and regular sea salt. However, I love to eat and savor new flavor combinations. If you love to seek out new taste sensations when you travel, check out Lonely Planet's Food Lovers Guide to the World for tips, recipes, and insider information to help you get where to eat and what to eat when you are there. Plus, you'll be given the knowledge of regional foods and better armed with "cuisine insight" when traveling to distant places. Subtitled "Experience the Great Global Cuisines", if the forward and preview pages are anything like the book itself, then you will be swept away by the magic of different global tastes.
"This place seemed so foreign but I so wanted to be there, smelling that
fire, hearing it crackle, eating what I thought must be the most unimaginable delicious, exotic food. The photo was a doorway into another world, a world far removed from the pot roast and frozen dinners that I grew up eating."
Lonely Planet's Food Lovers Guide to the World
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