Still longing to get outta Dodge, you Twins? Here's the last installment of round-the-world-on-a-plate suggestions hot off the presses for all you wanderlusting Geminis.
Edited by Holly Hughes, who also edits the popular Best American Food Writing series, Frommer's 500 Places for Food and Wine Lovers is a must-have, even just for armchair travelers. With their endless curiosity and try anything once attitude, what Gemini wouldn't dream of hopping a plane to a 900-flavor ice cream shop in Venezuela, or sipping and slurping their way through the Ramen Museum in Japan? This exhaustively researched book covers food festivals, quirky locally-celebrated specialties, and don't-miss shrines to the best there is to eat and drink all around the world.
Then again, if you live in the U.S., you don't need a passport to eat in one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the nation. Just grab a copy of Patricia Unterman's San Francisco Pocket Food Guide and you can find your way to the best the city's got to offer. From local oysters to Southern-style barbecue, from Burmese tea salad to Tibetan dumplings, from idlis and dosas to Ligurian foccacia and Chinese moon cakes, longtime restaurant review (and restauranteur) Patricia Unterman has tasted it all, and now you can to, or at least make plans to head West real soon. Just think of it as a stimulus package for your tastebuds...
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