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Win a Copy of Lonely Planet's "The World's Best Street Food"
Lonely Planet has come out with a new guide to the world's best street food - and, it's a cookbook!

My weak "Twilight Zone" joke aside, The World's Best Street Food really is one part guidebook, one part cookbook. The book identifies the planet's top one hundred can't-miss street treats, revealing their origins and the best places to find them. For the home cook itching to replicate these delicacies, recipes are helpfully tagged as easy, medium, or complex. And, of course, having the ingredients handy will help parents determine if these foods will be potentially problematic for their families, whether they're trying them in the destination or at home.

While traveling snackers will no doubt find this guide handy, parents who may love street food themselves nonetheless may be reluctant to try out curious and exotic treats on their kids. So how best to minimize the risk to your kin's digestive health? There are a few precautions you can take, says Robert Reid, Lonely Planet's U.S. editor.

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Lonely Planet is graciously donating two copies of The World's Best Street Food to the ShermansTravel Blog. For your chance to win a copy, submit a comment to this post by noon on Monday, March 19, letting me know what's the best street food you've ever experienced, as well as where you ate it.

By submitting your comment:

- You will be eligible to win a copy of the book. I will choose two winners at random next week.

- You give me the honor of possibly quoting your comment (with attribution) for a potential street food sequel post (should you all send me enough material).

So show your love for street food! Shut your eyes, think about that glorious moment when a morsel of street food made you weep joyfully, and leave me your comment. Remember to indicate where you ate said street food, specifying the destination as well as the vendor location as specifically as possible.



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Published on:  March 14, 2012


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