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Eat Smart in Poland
How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure
by Joan & David Peterson
Paperback - $12.95 - free shipping
This smartly designed, richly photographed and illustrated culinary travel guidebook tells travelers how to find the most delicious, authentic and adventuresome eating experiences in Poland. The authors share the secrets they've uncovered while hunting for something good to eat from restaurant dining to home cooking to fresh market produce to street-vendor fare to allow you to get to the heart of the culture through its cuisine.
Eat Smart in Poland contains a quick, easy-to-use menu guide, a helpful glossary of foods and flavors, tips on how to shop the fascinating food markets, useful phrases in Polish when ordering or buying food, a collection of recipes to try at home and more. If you are traveling or moving to Poland, take this book with you!
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).
What the Reviewers are saying....
“Eat Smart in Poland provides a good introduction to the still rather exotic and little-known world of Polish cookery. This stimulating, easy-to-read book presents a lively historical background on Poland, once the biggest country in Europe, and contains what is probably the most extensive Polish culinary lexicon ever published in English. It also includes everything visitors need to know before they start restaurant hopping in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and places in between. An added bonus for culinary do-it-yourselfers is a nice selection of authentic Polish recipes from both sides of the Atlantic.”
—Robert Stybel, author of Polish Heritage Cookery
“Poland is quickly becoming one of the great travel destinations of Europe. I hope everyone who decides to visit Poland will take a copy of Eat Smart in Poland. It picks up where almost every other guidebook about Poland seems to stop. There’s history, a regional food guide, recipes and a guide that would help visitors to Poland make just the right selections from a menu. A keeper.”
—Sophie Hodorowicz Knab, author of Polish Customs, Traditions and Folklore