When in Tel Aviv, be sure not to miss the sweets at the spice market on Levinsky Street. If you fancy something new, why not have lunch in the rusty skeleton of an old car at the Szimpla market in Budapest?
Markets are a mirror of cultures and traditions, where people meet, eat, talk, negotiate, taste new flavours, and share recipes.
This illustrated guide will take you through the stalls of 24 markets across the globe, two for each month of the year. Through the pages of this book you’ll discover authentic cuisines from around the world, get tips from local kids, and learn useful sentences to use in each place. You’ll discover that even a visit to the most familiar neighbourhood market can be a journey through humankind.
Hardcover | 92 pages | 24.5 x 29.4cm
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