THE WORLD'S BEST SPICY FOOD
The comply with up to the a hit the arena's nice avenue food, this name presents a hundred highly spiced dishes with historic and cultural statistics, as well as instructions on the way to make it at home. clever and evocative images illustrate each dish.
Author: Lonely Planet
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Each dish has sections for "What is it", "Origin", "Finding it", and "Tasting". Naturally an ingredient list is included and instructions for making the dish. Being an excellent color book photos of the dishes are included. There is no effort to address "healthy eating" however most spicy dishes tend to be healthier than average. So while this isn't a "healthy" cookbook, it's still pretty good from a health perspective. The book is indexed. A glossary is also included. The book has two main sections: "Dishes" and "Condiments". The table of contents is excellent with the name of the dish, where is is from and the page to find the recipe. Perhaps as a drawback you may occasionally find a recipe which calls for something you can't find in your area. For example 'Nduja calls for 'Nduja (a spreadable salami) as an ingredient (of course the book says to find the best 'Nduja you should go to the town of Vibo Valentia on May 8th for the celebration).-John F.
I love spicy food. I like cooking it, and seek it out in restaurants, and I have several such books. This one is actually quite different from the others. The others I have and have looked at, focus on the popular asian recipes. You know the list. Lots of different Thai, Indian, and Chinese popular dishes, which is great by me. This book certainly has some of those too (although, it focuses on the lesser known recipes from those regions) but it also includes stuff like Jumbalaya, Jamaican Jerk, Buffalo Chicken Wings, Five Alarm Chile, Enchiladas, even Chilli Dogs. So the variety of different dishes in this book is extremely wide and varied.-Vine Jack
I travel for a living and I love spicy food. I am lucky to have visited or lived in several countries that make great spicy foods: China, S. Korea and Senegal. In addition to learning where to locate really good restaurants, and there are many, I can now make some of my favorite dishes at home. Usually I try to get a recipe directly from the person who cooked the meal, but some cooks are reluctant to give up their secrets. As long as I know the basics, I can play with the recipe to my taste. Lonely Planets puts out some helpful and informative travel books. I am glad I was able to get this one.-Pearlgirl
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