TODAY'S FEATURED BOOK
THE WEIRD & WONDERFUL FOODS
THAT PEOPLE EAT
Bats and beets, silk worms and stewed prunes, scorpions and scampi, flamingo and flan, ostrich and okra. Chock-full of bizarre gastronomic information from far-flung reaches, stirred up with bits of anthropological and autobiographical information, it is a masterpiece about what people eat.
Extreme Cuisine includes chapters on delicacies such as rat, dog, elephant, buffalo, lizards, snakes, and toads. With 250 full-color photographs by Michael Freeman, Strange Foods is sure to shock and delight.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jerry Hopkins has published more than 1,000 magazine articles and 26 books, including three international best sellers, No One Here Gets Out Alive, The Lizard King: The Essential Jim Morrison, and Jimi Hendrix Experience. A correspondent to Rolling Stone magazine for nearly twenty years, Hopkins now resides in Bangkok.