Inside the Tortilla: A Journey in Search of Authenticity

Inside the Tortilla A Journey in Search of Authenticity Life has a habit of throwing obstacles in your path for a good reason They arise to challenge the undaunted or deter the uncommitted Either way when you stumble into a town that the guide books have

  • Title: Inside the Tortilla: A Journey in Search of Authenticity
  • Author: Paul Read
  • ISBN: 9781476225838
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life has a habit of throwing obstacles in your path for a good reason They arise to challenge the undaunted, or deter the uncommitted Either way, when you stumble into a town that the guide books have overlooked, you must choose between quickly moving on, or staying to see what others may have missed.When one man and his faithful hound turn their backs on the MediterraneLife has a habit of throwing obstacles in your path for a good reason They arise to challenge the undaunted, or deter the uncommitted Either way, when you stumble into a town that the guide books have overlooked, you must choose between quickly moving on, or staying to see what others may have missed.When one man and his faithful hound turn their backs on the Mediterranean Sea and set out on a journey into the interior of the Deep South, they go in search of a town that still cooks it s food rather than shops for it Tired of the disposable nature of modern living and its embrace of microwaved food, this search for authentic recipes unveils not just a series of gastronomic secrets, but the rich history, culture, politics and diet of a charismatic country as it struggles out of the shadow of its past and into the searing light of its future.

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    1. I had been reading some of Paul's earlier books about tai chi and decided to give this one a go. His writing style is one I find easy to read and compatible with my attention span. Like his tai chi topics his writing has an air of "authenticity" about it. His sense of humour is wonderful and his handling of the topic at hand is enjoyable. I have read other books where the author tried to be cute and/or funny but they lacked the heartwarming authenticity that this book has. The book isn't a trave [...]

    2. Part travelogue, part memoir, part cookbook, all thought-provoking. Paul Read is living the dream and always inspires me to do the same.

    3. I loved the author's honesty in the portrayal of his experiences of living in "Real Spain" and his search for authenticity in an ex-pat overloaded area.

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