You Really Haven't Been There Until You've Eaten the Food : Keith Famie is an inveterate traveler, relishing the chance to experience new places, meet new people, and, most of all, to discover the exotic tastes and unfamiliar aromas of indigenous cooking in farflung places. You Really Haven't Been There Until You've Eaten the Food is a spirited account of his journeys to an international array of markets and fishing piers, restaurants and home kitchens. He visits the niftiest dive in Key West, tours the largest outdoor market in Mexico, scours for food while on safari in Africa, and interviews chefs both famous and unsung. Illustrated with nearly 70 glorious photographs and featuring 100 recipes and a host of hilarious anecdotes (including a report on his notorious stint on CBS's Survivor II), this book demonstrates Famie's belief that "food is not only the quickest way to learn about the place, it's the only way to get a true feel for a community's sensory history." NOTE: This is a Scratch and Dent version and accordingly MAY NOT have a dust jacket.
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