Besides a vibrant street food culture, Bangkok is also the gateway to exquisite fine dining experiences. Join your favorite local host on this personalized gourmet tour that will take you around the city to discover restaurants recommended by the Michelin Guide. Taste local and seasonal ingredients, elevated into creative and delicious dishes, leaving you craving more.Try a delicacy from northeast Thailand made of garlicky fermented sausage that hails from Isan, an exotic region bordering the Mekong River, Laos, and Cambodia. And, for a taste of authentic comfort food made from local grandmothers’ recipes, slurp on steamed rice noodles dipped in mouthwatering shrimp sauce.That’s just the start! Tuck into a creamy bone marrow drizzled with a complex Thai-style sauce, enjoy a special tea punch, and discover a sustainable culinary approach that highlights a root to fruit & nose to tail experience.
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Discover the wide world of spice. Lonely Planet Food, the world's leading travel publisher's new food imprint, delivers the world's most tastebud-tingling flavours direct to your kitchen.Travel can transform your cooking, exposing you to new mouth-zinging ingredients that you may not have even heard of before and The World's Best Spicy Food comes with a selected collection of the world's most sensorially thrilling culinary experiences to try at home.Explore the cultures behind the planet's spiciest dishes, from Thai som tom, Indian dahl, and Korean kimchi, to Peruvian ceviche, Caribbean curries, and Nashville hot chicken. And it doesn't stop with chillies -there are pungent, nose-clearing recipes like wasabi, mustard, horseradish, cinnamon, paprika, mace, piccalilli, and black, white, pink, and Sichuan pepper.Each of the 100 recipes includes easy-to-use instructions and mouth-watering photography. There are also tasting notes that explain how best to sample each dish - whether that's in a hawker market in Singapore or at a Louisiana picnic spread - to truly give you a flavour of the place.This book is a celebration of spice in every form: ingredients that turn the bland to brilliant, the dreary into divine. And, as with all food, it's the finest way to experience any foreign culture.Recipes include:Black-Pepper Crab - Singapore Bunny Chow - South Africa Camarones a la Diabla - Mexico Caribbean Curry Goat - Caribbean Ceviche - Peru Chorizo - Spain Crab with Kampot Pepper - Cambodia Creole Cau Cau - Coastal Peru Doro Wat - Ethiopia Fis Paprikas - Croatia Fish Head Curry - Singapore & Malaysia Five-Alarm Texas Chili - USA Gekikara Ramen - Japan Gong Bao Chicken - China Goulash - Hungary Groundnut Soup - Ghana Jamaican Jerk - Caribbean Jambalaya - USA Jollof Rice - West Africa Kashgar Lamb Kebabs - China Klobasa - Central Europe Kothu Roti - Sri Lanka Ostras Picantes - Guinea-Bissau Palm Butter - Liberia Papas a la Huancaana - Peru Pasta all'arrabbiata - Italy Pepperpot - Guyana & Caribbean Pho - Vietnam Pica Pau - Portugal Pickled Herring in Mustard Sauce - Norway Pig Trotter Curry - India & Nepal Pimientos de Padran - Spain Piri-piri chicken - Mozambique Samosas - India Shakshouka - Tunisia Souse - Caribbean Thai Green Curry - Thailand Vindaloo - India Harissa - Tunisia Lime Pickle - India, Pakistan & Bangladesh Pepper Jelly - USA Piccalilli - England Salsa Xnipec - Mexico Plus 57 more exhilarating recipes!About Lonely Planet Food: Food and drink is a huge part of the travel experience, and Lonely Planet has been scouring the globe for over 40 years to find the best places to sample authentic dishes and beverages when on the road. From street food to Michelin-starred restaurants, Lonely Planet's experts have tried it all. Now, through Lonely Planet Food, we're sharing our knowledge and passion for genuine local cuisine with food-lovers everywhere, bringing a taste of the world into your kitchen.
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Lonely Planet presents Japan's most authentic dishes - direct from the kitchens where they were perfected.From street-food vendors to Michelin-starred chefs, Japan's best local cooks share their passion for food and 60 of their region's classic recipes - from steaming soups and silky ramen noodles to fresh, hand-rolled sushi.Recipes include:Takoyaki - octopus ballsSukiyaki - soy-simmered beefOkonomiyaki - savoury pancakesTorinabe - Chicken and vegetable hotpotIwashi sushi - Sardine sushiTonkatsu - deep-fried breaded pork cutletTeppo-jiru - miso soup with crabSoki soba - Okinawan pork rib ramen with a pork brothAnd more! It would be easy to assume that Japanese cuisine is all about the food itself. But no. Or at least, it's not only about the food. The cuisine of this teeming archipelago of 3000 islands is a living part of its culture.In Japan, it's believed that food should be devoured with all five senses: not just smell, taste and sight, but also touch (the texture of the ingredients, the smooth warmth of bamboo chopsticks), and even sound (a high-end ryotei is oddly quiet, the better to appreciate the experience of eating).Any Japanese meal - from a simple home-cooked fare to the most structured, formal kaiseki - aims to blend each of these elements for balance and nutrition. Unsurprisingly, this provides myriad benefits for our health, as does the act of lingering over our food and cherishing each mouthful with all our senses - the latter has been proven to aid digestion and portion control. It's clear that meals taken the traditional Japanese way are good for us. That they are such a pleasure to consume, too? Well, that's just a happy coincidence.With sumptuous, original photography and inside stories and tips from Japan's best local cooks of the history, legend, emotion, and process behind each recipe, From the Source - Japan represents global food at its most thrilling. The perfect book for foodies and travel enthusiasts alike!Also check out:From the Source - SpainFrom the Source - ItalyFrom the Source - Thailand About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.' - New York Times'Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves, it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.' - Fairfax Media (Australia)
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