Two deliciously entertaining journeys – one to Mexico City and the other tracing the career of an Indian chef from Mumbai to Paris – are Taste for Travel’s best reads of the month. Enjoy!
The Captain’s Daughter is an epic story of survivors from the Titanic. Spanning three generations and two continents, it follows the lives of two intrepid women who survived the tragedy. One of them holds a terrible secret.
Learn about Tuscany’s traditional rustic dishes of the past. Pamela Sheldon Johns’ new book, Cucina Povera, is the inspiration for this seven-night tour around Tuscany, which starts and ends in Florence.
Double Pulitzer prize winner Anthony Shadid was bureau chief for the New York Times in Beirut. Shadid died in Syria. His stories from conflict zones were the poetry of war reporting.
A re-telling of the famous, bawdy One Thousand And One Nights, an erotic novel set in Greece, and two books on Provence and Paris are Taste for Travel’s February picks. There’s one book to give away, so read on and enjoy!
Carolyn Theriault’s literary travel memoir on living in Morocco is a densely-woven collection of amusing anecdotes and sharply-drawn observations.
Steven Spielberg’s War Horse has hit cinemas worldwide, splashing dramatic scenery of the UK’s Dartmoor across the silver screen.
What do you like to read on the beach? Taste for Travel has two good, in fact very good holiday reads to give away.
Provocative and explicitly candid, With the Kisses of His Mouth is a raunchy and bittersweet book to take on holiday.
This is a story of a journey of transformation for young Afghan woman Kamila Sidiqi who defied the Taliban to start a successful tailoring business that would create jobs and hope for 100 neighbourhood women, and save many more from starvation.