Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World

Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World

Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World [Reading] ➼ Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World By Shane Mitchell – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A vividly photographed culinary travel book featuring profiles of the stewards of the world's traditional foodways farming hunting foraging and fishing along with 40 recipesJournalist Shane Mitchell a A vividly photographed culinary Rare Food PDF ☆ travel book featuring profiles of the stewards of the world's traditional foodways farming hunting foraging and fishing along with recipesJournalist Shane Mitchell and photographer James Fisher have traveled the world on assignment for publications such as Travel Leisure and Saveur Along the way they have encountered Far Afield eBook ´ fascinating people who are rooted in their culture and landscape keeping their food traditions vital such as taro farmers in Hawaii who have never left the islands fisherman on the Swahili coast and Icelandic shepherds who still use the techniues of their Viking ancestors Full of vibrant photography from far flung locations Afield Rare Food ePUB ☆ all over the globe Far Afield profiles these people sharing their uniue and captivating stories and recipes From the Hardcover edition.


10 thoughts on “Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World

  1. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    The author and the photographer for this book have traveled the world on assignments for food and travel publications they decided to branch off and do a book of their own thing I'm so glad they did This book is flipping amazingFair warning My camera on my phone totally sucks and does these images no justice but I wanted to give everyone an idea of how gorgeous this book is This book made my foodie heart beat faster but food is only part of the journey You get stories that go along with where you are in the world and tidbits of another lifeLike how refugees are sharing their last coffee or teabecause they believe everyone should have something This is a huge gorgeous book that is going to look so pretty on my coffee table PS Sometimes I really do cook some of the recipes in the cookbooks that I drool over Here is some spiced okra I added suash toobecausealso taken with my crappy phone Booksource I received a copy of this book in exchange for review from the publisher


  2. Toni Toni says:

    As an avid reader and an avid cook this book hit the spot perfectly Gorgeous photographs and fascinating stories from the farthest corners of the world Wonderful travelcooking journey


  3. Ilana Ilana says:

    The beautiful photografies mostly featuring individuals in their specific cultural and geographical environment are added a culinary dimension at the end of poignant personal histories My favourite section is representing Uruguay for the dramatism of the photographies and the interesting recipes Talking about recipes the focus is on the culinary individuality of dishes introduces through the particular travel story Food is in fact a companion during the telling and listening of stories and I was particulary impressed by the refugees stories from Pas de Calais France It is a book about than impressions going deep into the texture of places Disclaimer Book offered by the publisher in exchange of an honest review


  4. Please Pass the Books Please Pass the Books says:

    Oh my God what a book Seriously Exuisite photography and engaging commentary surround a sampling of recipes from the most remote corners of the world I believe my life will be forever changed by the introduction of Kahawa coffee and pineapple pie I wasn't expecting such a contemporary perspective but the inclusion of The Jungle—a refugee camp in Calais—just pushed an already extraordinary food and travel journal into a class of its ownTruly truly exceptionalI'd like to thank Net Galley and the publisher Ten Speed Press who furnished an ARC of this book for my honest opinion which this certainly is


  5. Kristine Kristine says:

    Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World by Shane Mitchell is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early OctoberMitchell wanders throughout each continent except the arctics and Australia kindles a narration with the natives there presents photos that've been captured with a utilitarian and almost jet lagged filterlens and offers recipes that serve 2 4 with bold fresh filling flavors


  6. Rachel Rachel says:

    Filled with gorgeous photos of people around the world and their traditional foods it makes a great coffee table book and conversation piece I like that it includes some cultures that I wouldn't necessarily be familiar with their normal diet such as Iceland or Kenya


  7. Zora O& Zora O& says:

    What a gorgeous book and a sensitive documentation of so many interesting food traditions I especially appreciated the chapter on the refugee settlement in Calais a great record of human ingenuity in many realms including food and I'm especially glad there's a record of it as the camp has since been cleared There are recipes included but TBH I haven't tried any yet Probably my first go to will be the chimichurri I didn't realize until I read the section on the Argentine pampas that the sauce was made in such enormous uantities and meant to keep for a while Overall I appreciate that the recipes do not seem to have been adapted for my kitchen I much prefer when they're recorded as is because that knowledge should be retained


  8. The Book Grocer The Book Grocer says:

    Purchase Far Afield here for just 15 Eual parts amazing cookbook and beautiful photo collection from Mitchell and photographer James Fisher's travels collecting stories and recipes from far flung corners of the world Learn of traditional Hawaiian Kenyan and Icelandic cooking techniues just to name a few Perfect for travellers and culinary whizzes alike Anastasia The Book Grocer


  9. Nickangkelly Nickangkelly says:

    Part travelogue part cookbook part photographic journal this book was so fun to read and look at This book takes a look at how unexpected people groups around the world grow their food make their food live together and share through food Refugee camp in France? Masaii warriors in Kenya? Not your typical Italian cookbook but feels like you’re traveling with them to places far and wide The cardamom doughnuts are delicious


  10. Valentina Markasović Valentina Markasović says:

    I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you Filled with stunning pictures of breathtaking scenery and authentic people this book is a real culinary journey all around the world Not only does the book have many interesting recipes but we also get a taste of the culture of a given country as well


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10 thoughts on “Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World

  1. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    The author and the photographer for this book have traveled the world on assignments for food and travel publications they decided to branch off and do a book of their own thing I'm so glad they did This book is flipping amazingFair warning My camera on my phone totally sucks and does these images no justice but I wanted to give everyone an idea of how gorgeous this book is This book made my foodie heart beat faster but food is only part of the journey You get stories that go along with where you are in the world and tidbits of another lifeLike how refugees are sharing their last coffee or teabecause they believe everyone should have something This is a huge gorgeous book that is going to look so pretty on my coffee table PS Sometimes I really do cook some of the recipes in the cookbooks that I drool over Here is some spiced okra I added suash toobecausealso taken with my crappy phone Booksource I received a copy of this book in exchange for review from the publisher

  2. Toni Toni says:

    As an avid reader and an avid cook this book hit the spot perfectly Gorgeous photographs and fascinating stories from the farthest corners of the world Wonderful travelcooking journey

  3. Ilana Ilana says:

    The beautiful photografies mostly featuring individuals in their specific cultural and geographical environment are added a culinary dimension at the end of poignant personal histories My favourite section is representing Uruguay for the dramatism of the photographies and the interesting recipes Talking about recipes the focus is on the culinary individuality of dishes introduces through the particular travel story Food is in fact a companion during the telling and listening of stories and I was particulary impressed by the refugees stories from Pas de Calais France It is a book about than impressions going deep into the texture of places Disclaimer Book offered by the publisher in exchange of an honest review

  4. Please Pass the Books Please Pass the Books says:

    Oh my God what a book Seriously Exuisite photography and engaging commentary surround a sampling of recipes from the most remote corners of the world I believe my life will be forever changed by the introduction of Kahawa coffee and pineapple pie I wasn't expecting such a contemporary perspective but the inclusion of The Jungle—a refugee camp in Calais—just pushed an already extraordinary food and travel journal into a class of its ownTruly truly exceptionalI'd like to thank Net Galley and the publisher Ten Speed Press who furnished an ARC of this book for my honest opinion which this certainly is

  5. Kristine Kristine says:

    Far Afield Rare Food Encounters from Around the World by Shane Mitchell is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early OctoberMitchell wanders throughout each continent except the arctics and Australia kindles a narration with the natives there presents photos that've been captured with a utilitarian and almost jet lagged filterlens and offers recipes that serve 2 4 with bold fresh filling flavors

  6. Rachel Rachel says:

    Filled with gorgeous photos of people around the world and their traditional foods it makes a great coffee table book and conversation piece I like that it includes some cultures that I wouldn't necessarily be familiar with their normal diet such as Iceland or Kenya

  7. Zora O& Zora O& says:

    What a gorgeous book and a sensitive documentation of so many interesting food traditions I especially appreciated the chapter on the refugee settlement in Calais a great record of human ingenuity in many realms including food and I'm especially glad there's a record of it as the camp has since been cleared There are recipes included but TBH I haven't tried any yet Probably my first go to will be the chimichurri I didn't realize until I read the section on the Argentine pampas that the sauce was made in such enormous uantities and meant to keep for a while Overall I appreciate that the recipes do not seem to have been adapted for my kitchen I much prefer when they're recorded as is because that knowledge should be retained

  8. The Book Grocer The Book Grocer says:

    Purchase Far Afield here for just 15 Eual parts amazing cookbook and beautiful photo collection from Mitchell and photographer James Fisher's travels collecting stories and recipes from far flung corners of the world Learn of traditional Hawaiian Kenyan and Icelandic cooking techniues just to name a few Perfect for travellers and culinary whizzes alike Anastasia The Book Grocer

  9. Nickangkelly Nickangkelly says:

    Part travelogue part cookbook part photographic journal this book was so fun to read and look at This book takes a look at how unexpected people groups around the world grow their food make their food live together and share through food Refugee camp in France? Masaii warriors in Kenya? Not your typical Italian cookbook but feels like you’re traveling with them to places far and wide The cardamom doughnuts are delicious

  10. Valentina Markasović Valentina Markasović says:

    I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you Filled with stunning pictures of breathtaking scenery and authentic people this book is a real culinary journey all around the world Not only does the book have many interesting recipes but we also get a taste of the culture of a given country as well

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