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Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook

Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook

Product ID : 16051263


Galleon Product ID 16051263
UPC / ISBN 050837348103 / 1449471218
Shipping Weight 1.4 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Andrews McMeel Publishing
Shipping Dimension 10.98 x 7.99 x 1.5 inches
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Number Of Pages 320
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2016-04-26
Release Date 2016-04-26
UPC 050837348103
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About Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook

Salt & Silver is the first book to blend traveling, surfing, and the food cultures of Central and South America together through the travel stories of two young, adventuresome guys.Salt & Silver traces the journey of Johannes Riffelmacher and Thomas Kosikowski as they travel through Central and South America—reporting on all the best surfing locations, chronicling the stories of local surfers and restaurant owners, and compiling recipes representative of each area. The narrative begins in Cuba with beautiful images of the city and the beaches, as well as stories related to the Cuban surfing community and a discussion of popular Cuban dishes. Next is a tour of Mexico—first with street tacos, a trip through Mexican markets, and day spent in the urban graffitiscene of Guadalajara; then with Tostadas de Pulpo (Octopus Crackers), Shrimp and Portobello Burgers, and glimpse into small town life in the remote surfing town of San Pancho. The Mexican leg of the journey draws to a conclusion with 7-meter-waves, BBQ, and Tajine in Rio Nexpa, as well as “a perfect righthander barreling of a point” in the scenic La Ticla. After Mexico comes a long list of sites and sounds as the two men make their way through Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, and finally Chile, exploring the beaches and waves, as well as the kitchens of each location.   Interspersed throughout the pages of the trip are more than 90 regional recipes, over 250 stunning photographs, and a wide array of tips and stories ranging from social commentary on the Cuban surf scene to pointers on how to rent a “Hamaquera” in La Ticla for $3 a night.