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The Hungry Traveler: Mexico (The Hungry Traveler Series)

by Marita Adair

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Marita Adair wrote what I consider the best of the Frommer's Guides to Mexico. For a review of this, her excellent food guide, go to:

http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/recipes/puebla/kgbooktraveler.html ( )
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If, upon being confronted with a menu in a foreign language, you've ever ordered yak's brains when you thought you were getting lamb chops, The Hungry Traveler series is for you. These handy, pocket-sized little culinary phrasebooks take the guesswork out of mealtimes. Mexico: The Hungry Traveler does more than simply translate menu items; it also gives in-depth descriptions of local and regional specialties, suggests which beverages go best with different dishes, and provides essential information about shopping in grocery stores and markets. Best of all, if you don't already know the local name for what you're looking for, you can look it up in English.

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