Lonely Planet’s Food Trails

Vacations & Travel - - Armchair Travel - By var­i­ous authors

Food­ies and trav­ellers alike are cer­tain to love this beau­ti­fully-il­lus­trated hard­back, fea­tur­ing an en­tire year’s worth of gas­tro­nomic week­ends around the world. There are 52 trails, each one an itin­er­ary com­plete with beau­ti­ful pho­tographs, a map, ex­pert ad­vice on when and where to in­dulge in the lo­cal spe­cial­ties, and prac­ti­cal de­tails of how to get there and where to stay. From the bar­beque tra­di­tions of Texas, and patis­series of Paris, to the win­tery com­fort food of Canada, and the dis­tinc­tive dishes of Puglia, Food Trails will take your taste buds on a jour­ney of ex­cit­ing new flavours through food mar­kets, must-visit restau­rants, cafes, and shops, and op­por­tu­ni­ties to meet lo­cal mak­ers and pro­duc­ers. Fol­low­ing the crit­i­cally ac­claimed Wine Trails, this is the sec­ond book in Lonely Planet’s ‘Per­fect Week­end’ se­ries, and is sure to broaden your hori­zon as well as your palate. Lonely Planet, RRP: $34.99

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