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 and contributing editor to Rolling Stone magazine for nearly twenty years, Hopkins now resides in Bangkok, where he has developed a strong reputation as a travel writer, and writes regularly for publications such as The New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler. Michael Freeman has published 23 books on photography. His work has appeared internationally in such magazines as National Geographic, GQ, and Life.
"Perhaps this is the best food book for your friend on a diet."
"No One Here Gets Out Alive, a best-selling book by Jim Morrison, is Hopkin's most famous book. Seems like he could have used the same title here." --Playboy
"A weird and wonderful book." --The Wall Street Journal
..".an informative if stomach-turning tour de gastronome. make sure you chow down first; you won't be hungry afterwards." --Time Magazine
..".a visually stunning volume that is part history, part travelogue and part cookbook." --AsiaWeek
"It's delightfully disgusting." --Outside
..".you have o love a book with chapters titled Ears, Eyes, Noses, Lungs, Tongues, Lips, Gums, Glands and Feet. Well maybe love is too strong a word, but if you want to read about food while squirming as if at a horror movie, Extreme Cuisine will do it for you." --The Los Angeles Times
"I couldn't have written Cook's Tour without this book." --Anthony Bourdain, noted chef & traveler