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This is an informative guide to the tastiest destinations in Europe, which blends practical travel information with hand-picked selections of the finest culinary treats that Europe has to offer. Appealing to both food obsessed travellers and travel obsessed foodies, this book presents an outline of the cuisines of 25 European countries, before focussing in on their most exciting gourmet destinations. Picking out local specialities, the most highly-rated farmers' markets, and a selection of the best restaurants for all budgets, this title showcases national dishes and regional delights, with recipes to try when you get back home. With a range of things to do in each destination, from food festivals and events to foodie sights and attractions there are a host of delicious new discoveries to be made, from San Sebastian to Salzburg and from Cornwall to Croatia.
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"Europe has always been a hub of creative cuisine and The Food Lover's Guide to Europe, combining food with travel, shines the spotlight on the specialities of over 40 destinations in 25 countries, from Cornwall and Croatia to San Sebastian and Salzburg... Not just a collection of local specialities, it's also an essential guide to top-notch farmers' markets, recommended restaurants, gourmet festivals and foodie sights and attractions. Tuck in!" --ABTA magazine, July 2011
"Explore the gourmet specialities of more than 40 destinations in 25 countries. Tour the vineyards in the Douro, sniff out top-quality truffles in Alba, wander the lanes of the Hales Market in Vilnius, or fish in the Oslofjord. Also includes recommendations for farmers markets and restaurants for all budgets, plus regional recipes you can try at home."
--National Geographic Traveller (UK ed) Sep/Oct 2011
Cara Frost-Sharratt is a freelance food and travel writer based in London. She has written for a number of publications including Time Out and TNT, and she is the author of London's Classic Restaurants, London's Landmarks (both New Holland), and co-author of The Heinz Beanz Book (Hamlyn).
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