Author(s): Barry Vera
"Feast Bazaar" is a colourful journey through the culture and customs of three of the most intriguing countries in the world. English-born chef Barry Vera gets to the heart of Indian, Moroccan and Syrian cuisine, and on the way discovers far, far more. This book includes over 90 delicious recipes, information about traditional cooking methods, personal anecdotes, and cultural and historical observations. This is a vibrantly illustrated tie-in to the author's acclaimed food/travel series, "Feast", which has been syndicated in 60 countries around the world.
First published February 2008.
Murdoch Books, 2008. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy that presents as brand new.
Barry Vera trained as a chef in France. He arrived in Australia in May 2001 from the UK, where he had worked for some of the world's best restaurants and chefs such as the Waldorf, Marco Pierre White, Les Saveurs, Conran and Cantina Del Ponte. He has since been listed as one of the icons of Australian food by Vogue Entertaining and Travel. His first restaurant, Vera Restaurant Cafe & Bar, in Brighton, Melbourne, opened on Valentine's Day 2006 to great reviews, and has acquired a loyal following. He also has a TV series, Feast, through SBS and Foxtel.