03 April 2014

Lonely Planet: The World's Best Spicy Food (book)

It seems that most travellers love spicy food. Not necessarily hot food, but definitely all sorts of spicy dishes. Thats at least the impression I got while travelling Europe, Africa and Australia over the last 10-15 years. The people of Lonely Planet must have had the same feeling and recently published "The World's Best Spicy Food", the follow up title to 2012's "The World’s Best Street Food".
I was a little hungry and thinking about dinner the other day when I first stumbled on Lonely Planet's new book. I flipped through the pages on shop.lonelyplanet.com and had to immediately buy it. What a great book! More than 100 spicy recipes from around the world, including mouthwatering recipes for Bunny Chow (South Africa), Piri-Piri Chicken from Mozambique, Sambaro from Tanzania and Doro Wat from Ethiopia! But it is not only about the recipes. You also get to learn where all the dishes come from, what they taste like and where you can ususally find them. If you or someone you know loves travelling, eating and cooking, Lonely Planet's "The World's Best Spicy Food" is definitely a must-buy! Enjoy!

The World's Best Spicy Food is available on shop.lonelyplanet.com

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