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Food and Friends (Travel edition)

by Serge Dansereau

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0732264464, Paperback)

Serge Dansereau revisits his journey through France and Italy on a tour of the best restaurants, hotels and food and wine producers. In this travel edition he shares recipes, stories and conversations with his friends in places he visits, bringing his experiences together into a book that combines the pleasures of food and travel in a memorable way. Serge inspires his readers with his passion for food and friendship. Excellent travel writing combining recipes with historical and cultural information and personal anecdotes.

Serge Dansereau is chef and part-owner of a superb Sydney restaurant.

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