Fall in love with food with this family compendium that celebrates the variety and abundance of more than 1,000 delicious things to eat from all over the world
Learn how the Italians revolutionized flour and water as you pore over different pasta and noodle shapes. Discover how cheese is made, find out why onions make you cry, and marvel at nature’s ingenuity as you take a bite from 18 varieties of apples and pears. Split into digestible chapters, this visual guide explores the journey from farm-to-table, letting you taste your way around the world from the comfort of your home.
About the Author
Laura Gladwin trained at Leith’s School of Food and Wine before working as a freelance chef. She now works as a writer and editor specializing in food and drink, writing for The Good Food Guide, and editing high-profile cookbooks for chefs including Ferran Adrià, René Redzepi, and Heston Blumenthal, as well as the children’s book Feast Your Eyes on Food. She lives in London.
"A visual treat for browsers, chefs, and foodies."
"Aspiring foodies will slowly devour this beautifully illustrated, oversized compilation of food-related facts and insight."
— School Library Journal