Tom Kime s Street Food introduces us to the unpretentious, unpredictable and always delightful nibbles found at food stalls on streets the world over, like savory Indonesian beef saté skewers, grilled sardines, Lebanese lamb pizza, stuffed fish balls, sweet fried ravioli, salt cod croquettes, Mexican pumpkin flower soup, hummus with cinnamon lamb and so many more. The names of the dishes themselves awaken the senses and are slightly poetic. If you have a good sense of flavor imagination, this book is enough to drive you mad. --deependdining.com
About the Author
Tom Kime cut his catering teeth with Rick Stein, and worked at the River Cafe with Jamie Oliver (he cooked at Jamie's wedding). Now a private chef and food consultant, Tom has opened Food at The Muse in Notting Hill, and writes for BBC's Good Food Magazine, Olive, and Waitrose Food Illustrated. His first book, Exploring Taste and Flavour, was published in 2005.
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