The EAT SMART Culinary Travel Guidebooks are never out-of-date! We don't tell you where to eat, we tell you what there is to eat! Never wonder what's on the menu or in the food market when you have an EAT SMART Culinary Travel Guidebook.
Eat Smart in Peru
How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure
by Joan Peterson and Brook Soltvedt
Paperback - $13.95 - free shipping
"A superb introduction and guide for tourists and business travelers when dining, cooking, and eating in Peru."
--Midwest Book Review
2006 Gourmand World Cookbook's Best Culinary Travel Guidebook in the World (all languages) - Winner
2006 ForeWord Magazine Award - Finalist - Travel Book of the Year
USABookNews.com - Finalist - Best Books for Travel Guides
As in the other titles in this highly acclaimed and award-winning series, Eat Smart in Peru has two extensive glossaries (one for menus and one for markets), key recipes to preview the tastes before departure, insight on food history and regional specialties, useful phrases, and travel and shopping tips. With this easy-to-use guide in hand you can get to the heart of Peruvian culture because you will be so much more savvy about the food. Take it to the restaurants and markets and decipher the menu and food labels effortlessly! Of course, it is also lightweight, thus conveniently portable, and it's never out of date. Buen viaje y buen provecho!
Joan Peterson is the Publisher (Ginkgo Press) of the EAT SMART series of guidebooks designed for travelers and cookbook lovers. To date she has written guides to the cuisines of Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, Mexico, Poland, Morocco, Sicily, India, Peru, and Norway. She has traveled extensively for many years, and leads culinary tours to Turkey, India, Morocco, Peru, and Sicily. EAT SMART guides written for Ginkgo Press by others include France (Ronnie L. Hess), Germany (Mary Bergin), and Denmark (Carol l. Schroeder and Katrina A. Schroeder).
Brook Soltvedt has traveled vicariously by editing the Petersons' culinary travel guides, but finally succumbed and spent weeks researching delicious foods in Peru with Joan Peterson.