Tuesday, July 29, 2014

{{Book Review}} Roadfood by Jane & Michael Stern

“The bible for motorists seeking mouthwatering barbecue or homemade pie.” —USA Today

For the road warriors and armchair epicures, the updated ninth edition of Roadfood is your indispensable guide to more than 900 of America's best local eateries—now with more than 200 completely new listings.

Explore the affordable, enjoyable, one-of-a-kind dining destinations along America’s roadways with this indispensable guide. In this fully revised edition, Jane and Michael Stern introduce the Roadfood Honor Roll—a tip sheet to the 100 must-visit stops—just in time for your next roadtrip, no matter what state you’re driving through. With up-to-date information on restaurants' hours of operation, phone numbers, and websites, you will never go hungry on the road or get lost finding the best off-the-highway gems.

About the Authors:
Photo © Thayer Goudy
Jane and Michael Stern are the authors of more than twenty books about America. Their "Roadfood" column for Gourmet has won three James Beard Awards. TheirRoadfood segments appear regularly on the Television Food Network, and their Web site, www.roadfood.com, was selected 2001 site of the year by Yahoo. Also regular contributors to NPR's "The Splendid Table," the Sterns live in West Redding, Connecticut.

 *My Review*
This book is AMAZING! My husband is a major BBQ fan &  we are always looking for new places to try for BBQ(and other places as well). We do sometimes travel quite a bit, so this book will be our map to all the delicious food out there! I would recommend this book to ANYONE who likes to try new food places!

 *Disclaimer* I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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