One of two new titles in a regional cookery series of beautiful, bite-sized books.
Fiona Dunlop has been writing on travel, the arts and food since the late 1980s, indulging and fine-tuning a passion for culture worldwide. Born in Australia, she later moved with her family to London. Childhood journeys by ship between the two hemispheres helped form an appetite for the colours, heat, humanity and dust of the tropics, as well as a motivation to learn languages and communicate with the world. She is convinced that gastro-communication offers the most direct route into people's lives - food is the most universal language of all. Her other books include Real Tapas.