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SPICE TRAVELS: A Spice Merchant's Voyage of Discovery

by Ian Hemphill

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Account of the author's travels around the world following spice routes and uncovering the secrets of the ancient spice trade. He travels from India to Zanzibar to Turkey, as well as Mexico and South America, to investigate the areas where spices are grown and traded. Includes colour photos. Author managed a spice company and now owns a spice shop in Sydney, which was the winner of the 2000 Australian Gourmet Traveller Jaguar Award for Excellence for Innovation in Produce. Previous book is 'Spice Notes: A Cook's Compendium of Herbs and Spices'.… (more)
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Account of the author's travels around the world following spice routes and uncovering the secrets of the ancient spice trade. He travels from India to Zanzibar to Turkey, as well as Mexico and South America, to investigate the areas where spices are grown and traded. Includes colour photos. Author managed a spice company and now owns a spice shop in Sydney, which was the winner of the 2000 Australian Gourmet Traveller Jaguar Award for Excellence for Innovation in Produce. Previous book is 'Spice Notes: A Cook's Compendium of Herbs and Spices'.

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